After 10 sessions in the red, the role of the Magazine Luiza (MGLU3) rose and led the highs of the Ibovespa (IBOV), with an increase of 8.4%, to R$ 2.58. in the session, the index closed practically stable.
Still, its shares are heading for the worst quarterly performance since IPOaccumulating since the beginning of April until the moment a loss of more than 60%.
According to Victor Paganini, an analyst at Quantzed, the role rose pulled by the cooling of interest.
“Interests gave this relief today. We know that relieving interest directly benefits this sector of e-commerce. And we had the futures in United States helping too. The role had already been falling in recent weeks ”, she puts.
Despite this, Paganini says this does not mean a buying opportunity.
“The scenario is very challenging. We have macroeconomic problems, which will put pressure on the inflation on account of fees. It is a sector that tends to be in the eye of the hurricane,” she argues.
On Saturday, XP Investimentos reiterated its neutrality for Magazine Luiza shares.
“We still don’t recommend buying the papers of e-commerce as we expect a very challenging macro dynamic ahead, both from the point of view of inflation and interest rates”, he says.
For the broker, recent movements in amazon (AMZN) and shopee add risk to the competitive landscape of the sector, “since both companies are highly capitalized, have global expertise and have focused on the marketplace platform”.
Another sector that performed well were the banks, with Itau (ITUB4) rising 4.35%, Bradesco (BBDC4) 2.65% and Itaúsa (ITSA4) 3.13%.
already the nature (NTCO3) fell 7.61% to R$13.25. In Paganini’s view, the market is returning the company’s earnings after the CEO change.
“What prevailed was the economic scenario, which has contributed to these assets performing poorly”.
For him, the fall is not a buying opportunity.
“It is a sector that suffers a lot with this bad macroeconomic and inflationary pressure. We have more potential rate hikes for the FOMC. Stocks should continue in downtrends”, he adds.
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