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Mercadolibre Inc (MELI.OQ)

MELI.OQ on NASDAQ Stock Exchange Global Select Market

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21 Aug 2018
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Latest Key Developments (Source: Significant Developments)

Mercadolibre Announces $800 Mln Convertible Senior Note Offering
Monday, 20 Aug 2018 

Aug 20 (Reuters) - Mercadolibre Inc ::MERCADOLIBRE ANNOUNCES $800 MILLION CONVERTIBLE SENIOR NOTE OFFERING.MERCADOLIBRE INC - INTENDS TO OFFER $800 MILLION OF CONVERTIBLE SENIOR NOTES DUE 2028.MERCADOLIBRE INC - NOTES WILL PAY INTEREST SEMIANNUALLY.MERCADOLIBRE INC - NOTES WILL MATURE ON AUGUST 15, 2028.MERCADOLIBRE INC - MERCADOLIBRE WILL NOT HAVE RIGHT TO REDEEM NOTES PRIOR TO AUGUST 21, 2023.  Full Article

Mercadolibre Inc QTRLY Loss Per Share $0.25
Wednesday, 8 Aug 2018 

Mercadolibre Inc ::MERCADOLIBRE, INC. REPORTS SECOND QUARTER 2018 FINANCIAL RESULTS.Q2 REVENUE $335.4 MILLION VERSUS I/B/E/S VIEW $346.4 MILLION.QTRLY BASIC NET LOSS PER SHARE $0.25.QTRLY NET REVENUES OF $335.4 MILLION, UP 43.7% ON AN FX NEUTRAL BASIS.QTRLY LOSS PER SHARE $0.25.  Full Article

Mercadolibre Inc reports Q3 earnings per share $0.63
Thursday, 2 Nov 2017 

Nov 2 (Reuters) - Mercadolibre Inc :Mercadolibre Inc reports third quarter financial results.Q3 earnings per share $0.63.Q3 revenue $370.7 million versus I/B/E/S view $347.7 million.Q3 earnings per share view $0.62 -- Thomson Reuters I/B/E/S.  Full Article

Mercadolibre announces new dividend policy
Friday, 17 Mar 2017 

Mercadolibre Inc : Mercadolibre inc. Announces new dividend policy to maximize future growth opportunities . Mercadolibre - approved on march 2, 2017 a change to dividend policy for, providing for fixed quarterly dividend payment in 2017 of $0.15 per share .Mercadolibre inc says new dividend policy will take effect following payment of $0.15 per share dividend declared by company payable on april 17.  Full Article

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Brazil mall executives shrug off looming Amazon.com expansion

SAO PAULO Fears of e-commerce taking off in Brazil have sunk shares of the country's big mall operators this year, but industry executives expressed confidence that local shopping habits, the reputation of malls as public spaces safe from crime and other factors will help them avoid the shakeout that has hit their U.S. peers.