We see accumulation and consolidation at current levels.

We saw some selective buying, as funds reshuffle portfolios and pick technology-related stocks.

There was a little profit taking on the light volume and because of some uncertainty over the Y2K problem.

This one is going to take awhile. I don't know how long.

My home was completely destroyed. I'm coming over here with the hope that my work will be able to help us out.

The market ended with positive expectations that the 2000 budget will be approved in short.

Volume has recovered but it's still not that high, we still don't see a lot of foreign flows or institutional funds pouring into the market.

There's a certain optimism in the market now due to two factors: people expecting U.S. rates will remain unchanged and that stocks could stage a rally after the elections.

The stock market followed the Brazilian market, and local and foreign investors are awaiting some more news in order to have a clearer idea of the adjustment plan in Brazil.