The company Porto Seguro (PSSA3) and the logistics company Santos Brasil Participações (STBP3) are among the actions recommended by Mycap Investimentos this week for short-term investments.
This time, the broker excluded the shares of the meat processing company Marfrig (MRFG3) and included those of Banco Pan (BPAN4).
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In the accumulated result of last week, the shares of Marfrig, the global leader in the production of hamburgers, fell 5.35%, making the total result of the portfolio close with a devaluation of 1.27% while the Ibovespa – main index of the Brazilian Stock Exchange ( B3)— shrank 4.39%.
Due to this fall, Marfrig was removed from the portfolio and now Banco Pan enters. Mycap believes that the bank’s shares — which on Monday morning (25th) were trading at R$9.51 — could reach R$9.89 or even R$10.30.
The positive highlight in last week’s portfolio, which was maintained for this one, is the Neoenergia share (NEOE3). The assets of the company in the electricity sector, which operates from generation to distribution of electricity, rose by 1.2%.
Quoted at R$17.38 this morning, the stock has the potential, according to the broker, to reach the end of the week with a price between R$18.15 and R$18.50.
For Porto Seguro, which was at BRL 20.67 around 11:19 am (Brasília time) today, the expectation is for a target price between BRL 21.70 and BRL 21.90.
Santos Brasil, at BRL 7.21 at 11:20 am, could reach BRL 7.65 and BRL 7.80, according to MyCap.