O Ibovespa (IBOV) until he held the level of 100 thousand points yesterdaybut runs serious risks of losing such resistance with the movement of strong risk aversion in global markets this Wednesday (22), starting with the closing of asian stock exchanges and the fall in prices Petroleum.
Narratives of global economic recession weighed on the radar of investors in the region, in addition to the drop in the price of a barrel of oil around 4%. shares of technology Asia were the most penalized.
In Hong KongO Hang Seng plummeted 2.58% with 21,008.34 spots. already the tech index of the stock market tumbled 4.37% in the same trading session.
shares of alibaba (BABA34) retracted 4.16% while shares of Meituan lost 4.57% this Wednesday.
At China continental, the index Shanghai Composite (listed in Shanghai) fell by 1.20% to 3,267.20 points, while the CSI 300 (operated in shenzhen) yielded 1.27% to 4,270.62 points.
Falling barrel of oil
The prices of a barrel of oil operate in a strong fall in the international market this Wednesday (22).
At around 7:30 am (Brasília time), the Brent oila reference used by Petrobras (PETR4), fell 4%, with each barrel quoted at US$ 110.5.
The position of the President of the United States reverberates in the markets, Joe Bidento temporarily suspend the federal tax on gasolineas a way to make fuel cheaper in the country.
Asian stock markets today (22/06/2022)
Check out the performance of the main stock markets in the region:
At the JapanO Nikkei 225 fell 0.37% with 26,149.55 points.
In TaiwanO Taiex slipped 2.42% with 15,347.75 points.
At South KoreaO kospi shrank 2.74% with 2,342.81 spots.
At AustraliaO ASX 200 had a slight drop of 0.23% with 6,508.50 spots.
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