B3 companies lose $80.4 bn in market value with coronavirus

The risk aversion registered in global markets last week also did not spare Brazilian companies listed on B3. They lost R$361.63 billion ($80.4billion) in market value in the three days that the Brazilian stock exchange was open after Carnival, according to a survey by Economatica. Petrobras was the company that lost the most value in the period: it ended last Friday (28) worth R$ 48.8 billion (10.8 billion) less than a week before.

Source: Infomoney