Brazil - Stock Market Index





Brazil: Stock Market Index

Mnemonic SPI.IBRA
Unit Index, NSA
Adjustments Not Seasonally Adjusted
Daily 0.16 %
Data 19 Jul 2018 77,486
18 Jul 2018 77,362

Series Information

Source SIX Financial Information
Release SIX Financial Information
Frequency Business Daily
Start Date 4/27/1993
End Date 7/19/2018

Brazil: Markets

Reference Last Previous Units Frequency
Average Long-term Government Bond Jul 2018 6.56 6.6 % per annum, NSA Monthly
Lending Rate 19 Jul 2018 6.5 6.5 Percent,NSA Daily
Stock Market Index 19 Jul 2018 77,486 77,362 Index, NSA Daily
Money Market Rate Apr 2018 6.4 6.58 % p.a., NSA Monthly
Treasury Bills (over 31 days) Apr 2018 6.14 6.18 % p.a., NSA Monthly
Monetary Policy Rate Jun 2017 10.25 11.25 % - End of period Monthly

Release Information

The SIX Financial Information dataset contains commodity prices, spot and futures commodity prices, exchange rates, interest rates, benchmark indexes for many stock exchanges, and broad market indexes from S&P/Citigroup.

The price updated is the valuation price, defined as the price of the most recent trading day and calculated according to a set of rules defined for each marketplace. This logic varies by exchange but is usually: Use last price, else bid price, else ask price.

If available, the open, high and low price are also reported.

The majority of the indexes are reported daily, but a minority are available only at a weekly frequency.

Generally no.

March 26, 2013 - Moody's Analytics changed the description on the Egyptian equity indices.  The Egyptian Exchange was formerly known as the Cairo and Alexandria Stock Exchange (CASE). In 2009, the CASE 30 Index (made up of the 30 largest companies being traded) changed its name to the EGX 30 Index.

December 2017 - Data Buffet carries only weekly and monthly averages of the daily fundamentals.

SIX Financial Information was formerly known as Telekurs.