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Suzano Papel e Celulose SA (SUZB3.SA)

SUZB3.SA on Sao Paulo Stock Exchange

47.50BRL
22 Feb 2019
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Latest Key Developments (Source: Significant Developments)

Itau BBA analysts expect Suzano-Fibria deal to be concluded by Q4 2018
Thursday, 1 Nov 2018 

Nov 1 (Reuters) - Fibria Celulose SA ::BRAZIL'S ANTITRUST WATCHDOG CADE GIVES FINAL APPROVAL TO FIBRIA ACQUISITION BY SUZANO- STATEMENT.FIBRIA- SUZANO DEAL NOW DEPENDENT ON APPROVAL BY EUROPEAN COMMISSION.ITAU BBA ANALYSTS EXPECT SUZANO-FIBRIA DEAL TO BE CONCLUDED BY Q4 2018.  Full Article

Corrected-Brazil's pulpmaker Suzano says Fibria deal should be concluded up to mid-January - CEO (Adds Pulpmaker Company Name)
Friday, 26 Oct 2018 

Oct 26 (Reuters) - Fibria Celulose SA ::BRAZIL'S PULPMAKER SUZANO SAYS FIBRIA DEAL SHOULD BE CONCLUDED UP TO MID-JANUARY - CEO (ADDS PULPMAKER COMPANY NAME).  Full Article

Brazil's Suzano will not need short term financing to pay cash portion of Fibria deal- filing
Thursday, 25 Oct 2018 

Oct 25 (Reuters) - Suzano Papel e Celulose SA ::BRAZIL'S SUZANO SAYS WILL NOT NEED SHORT TERM FINANCING TO PAY CASH PORTION OF FIBRIA DEAL- FILING.BRAZIL'S SUZANO SAYS CASH FLOW AND OTHER FINANCING ALLOW COMPANY TO PAY CASH PORTION OF FIBRIA DEAL- FILING.  Full Article

Brazil's Fibria sees "good" demand for pulp, no reason for price reduction in second half
Wednesday, 25 Jul 2018 

July 25 (Reuters) - Fibria Celulose SA ::BRAZILIAN PULPMAKER FIBRIA SEES "GOOD" DEMAND ON SECOND HALF, SEES NO REASON FOR ANY PRICE REDUCTION BY YEAR END.BRAZIL'S FIBRIA SALES RETREATED BY 100,000 TONNES DURING TRUCKERS STRIKE, CEO EXPECTS TO RECOVER SALES OVER THE NEXT MONTHS.BRAZIL'S FIBRIA PRODUCTION LEVELS BACK TO NORMAL, NO TECHNICAL INTERRUPTIONS SCHEDULED FOR THE NEXT QUARTERS, CEO SAYS.  Full Article

Brazil in focus for 2019 as bond market slows, Mexico's woes grow

NEW YORK, Jan 10 (LPC) - International banks are positioning their balance sheets toward syndicated loans for Brazilian borrowers in early 2019 as the country’s election in October has created more favorable financing conditions and global volatility continues to curb bond issuance.