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Seeking Contrarian Value In Brazil: Does Banco Bradesco Represent Value?
Unlike some of the other privately owned Brazilian banks such as Banco Santander Brasil (BSBR), which I recently covered, Banco Bradesco has continued to perform strongly relative to the difficult operating environment. This is despite the bank just ...
Bradesco Third-Quarter Net Misses Estimates on Higher Provisions
Oct. 22 (Bloomberg) -- Banco Bradesco SA, Latin America's second-largest bank, said profit rose 1 percent in the third quarter, missing analysts' estimates as it increased provisions for bad loans and lending expanded at a slower pace.
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Itau Sinks as Rousseff Plan Hurts Bank Profits: Corporate Brazil
The country's three other biggest lenders -- Banco Bradesco SA, state-controlled Banco do Brasil SA and Banco Santander Brasil SA -- have also fallen to their lowest versus the benchmark in at least a year, data compiled by Bloomberg show.
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Cosan Catching Up With Ultrapar After Gas Plan
While investors normally see Cosan and Ultrapar as peers, the companies are very different in nature and can't be compared with each other, said Auro Rozenbaum, an analyst at Banco Bradesco SA who covers Brazilian energy companies. Ultrapar is a ...
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HRT Joins Batista's OGX as Worst Brazil Stocks: Corporate Brazil
HRT Participacoes em Petroleo SA Chief Executive Officer Marcio Rocha Mello said, �The area east of the Solimoes Basin has greater potential to produce oil.
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Swiss Banks Go Local in Bid to Lure Latin American Millionaires
Better investment opportunities are making private banking a �domestic game� in Brazil with as little as 5 percent of wealth booked in offshore centers, said Joao Albino Winkelmann, a director at Osasco, Brazil-based Banco Bradesco SA, Latin America's ...
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Experian to Pay $1.5 Billion for All of Brazil Unit Serasa
Banco Bradesco SA, Banco Santander SA and HSBC Holdings Plc are the other sellers. Experian said it expects the deal to be completed in the fourth quarter, subject to regulatory and shareholder approval.
Experian to buy 29.6% of Brazil's Serasa for $1.5B  MarketWatch
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Analysis: Brazil's Vale's challenges go beyond iron ore
Still, Rousseff expects Vale to support government industrial policy even if Brazil only has an indirect minority stake in a holding company that controls Vale with partners Brazil's Banco Bradesco (BBDC4.SA) and Japan's Mitsui (8031.T). When Agnelli ...
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Big Brazil Health Insurance Deal May be Tough to Replicate
UnitedHealth's plan to acquire a 90 percent stake in Amil Participacoes SA, disclosed on Monday, removes one of the only obvious options for fast growth via takeover - mainly because Brazil's healthcare sector is so fragmented.
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CPFL Renov�veis scraps IPO as license plans hit Brazil power sector
The company had hired the investment banking units of Banco do Brasil (BBAS3.SA), Bank of America (BAC.N), Banco Bradesco (BBDC4.SA), Ita� Unibanco Holding (ITUB4.SA) and Morgan Stanley & Co (MS.N) to manage the offering. ($1 = 2.02 Brazilian ...
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