Since November 2018, the numbers of future petroleum contracts have not been as encouraging as today's. Apparently levered by U.S. decisions on issues involving Venezuela, Iran and Libya, being also strengthened by Opec's oxygenated cutting policy, the price of the oil barrel Brent arrived on Monday (8) to the value of US $ 70.85 per barrel.
According to the Money Times, "rational Petrobras has returned." Such an encouraging Affirmation is justified by the fact that Petrobras ' actions (PETR3; PETR4) have returned to indicate the opportunity for long-term gains. According to experts, this is due to the state's implementation of its strategy of reducing leverage and concentrating on its exploration and production business. THE sale of its participation of 90% in the Associated Gas Carrier (TAG) for Engie (EGIE3) and the Canadian fund Caisse de Dépôt et Placement du Québec for R $35.1 billion is a strong finding.