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Fitch Rates Cielo S.A.'s IDR and Proposed Notes 'BBB+'; Outlook Stable
The support and the strength of its controlling shareholders, Banco Bradesco S.A. (Bradesco) [rated 'AAA(bra)' National Scale; local currency IDR 'A-' and foreign currency IDR 'BBB+' by Fitch] and Banco do Brasil S.A.
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Cielo Credit-Card Profit Draws Rousseff, Banks: Corporate Brazil
Cielo, which is backed by Banco Bradesco SA and Banco do Brasil SA, rose 35 percent in Sao Paulo this year as the Bovespa index gained 3.1 percent.
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Banco do Brasil Considers IPO for Insurance Businesses
Banco do Brasil increased its book of loans 21 percent in the third quarter from a year earlier, compared with 9.3 percent for Sao Paulo-based Itau Unibanco Holding SA and 12 percent for Banco Bradesco SA. Consolidating insurance businesses into a ...
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Smartphone Seen Driving Cielo Returns to New Record
America Movil's Brazil unit Claro and Banco Bradesco SA announced today that they would issue co-branded pre-paid cards for mobile phones.
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Cielo to Sell 10-Year Bonds at Record Low Yield, Bradesco Says
Nov. 9 (Bloomberg) -- Cielo SA, Brazil's biggest card-payment processor, is selling $875 million of 10-year bonds at a record low 3.8 percent yield, Banco Bradesco SA said. Demand for the bonds, which will pay 225 basis points, or 2.25 percentage ...
Brazil Cielo Raises $875 Million From First Overseas Bonds Issue  4-traders
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Batista Loses Title as Brazil's Richest to InBev's Lemann
OSX tumbled today after a contract was canceled that would have allowed the company to help build five drillships, according to Auro Rozenbaum, an analyst with Banco Bradesco SA. Also today, Batista's port-development unit LLX Logistica SA named a ...
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Seeking Contrarian Value In Brazil: Itau Unibanco Shows Potential Despite ...
In the first article of this series, I popped the hood on Brazil's third largest bank by assets, Banco Bradesco (NYSE:BBD), and while it did represent some value for investors, it certainly didn't represent a solid value investment opportunity.
Itau Loses No. 1 Ranking as Canceled IPOs Limit Fees
Banco Bradesco SA, through its investment-banking arm Bradesco BBI, jumped to fourth place this year from fifth in 2011 with $56 million of revenue, up from $49 million last year.
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OSX Tumbles on Petrobras's Ocean Rig Cancellation: Rio Mover
OSX was expected to win the contract because it has the only shipyard in Brazil with enough spare capacity to do the job, Auro Rozenbaum, an analyst at Banco Bradesco SA, said in a telephone interview from Sao Paulo. OSX was also expected to get part ...
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Brasil Foods Quarterly Profit Misses Estimates on Feed Costs
Brasil Foods raised prices on hot dogs and hamburger patties in the quarter, which wasn't enough to offset an increase in grain costs, Ricardo Boiati, an analyst with Banco Bradesco SA, said in a Nov. 1 note to clients. He rates the stock equivalent to ...
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