The shares of the company Hapvida (HAPV3) had the biggest devaluation in 2 years and 1 month. The company’s assets closed down 6.95% this Wednesday (27), on B3, the Brazilian Stock Exchange. The company’s shares are quoted at R$9.24.
The change in value occurs on the same day that the Ibovespa, the main index of the B3 (Brazilian Stock Exchange), changed +1.05%, closing at 109,349.37 points.
Still in the economic scenario, the commercial dollar closed today with a variation of -0.47% against the real, quoted at R$ 4.967 on sale.
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