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Bradespar SA (BRAP4.SA)

BRAP4.SA on Sao Paulo Stock Exchange

28.90BRL
22 Feb 2019
Change (% chg)

R$ 0.98 (+3.51%)
Prev Close
R$ 27.92
Open
R$ 28.13
Day's High
R$ 28.95
Day's Low
R$ 28.12
Volume
1,904,700
Avg. Vol
2,958,822
52-wk High
R$ 39.89
52-wk Low
R$ 25.48

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About

Bradespar SA is a Brazil-based holding company. The Company's main activity is to participate in other companies as a partner or shareholder. Through its affiliate Valepar SA, the Company holds stake in Vale SA, an entity that specializes in the research, manufacture and sell of iron ore and pellets, nickel, fertilizer, copper,... (more)

Overall

Beta: 1.93
Market Cap(Mil.): R$ 8,090.37
Shares Outstanding(Mil.): 349.55
Dividend: 0.47
Yield (%): 2.20

Financials

  BRAP4.SA Industry Sector
P/E (TTM): 20.28 8.17 19.22
EPS (TTM): 1.20 -- --
ROI: 4.26 14.04 0.45
ROE: 5.22 17.14 15.43

EMERGING MARKETS-Latam FX mixed ahead of Fed policy decision; Brazil stocks rise

By Agamoni Ghosh Jan 30 Currencies in Latin America were mixed on Wednesday ahead of the impending outcome of the U.S. Federal Reserve's first policymaking meeting of the year, while stocks in Brazil rose on a strong push from iron-ore miner Vale. Mexico's peso fell about 1 percent, while Brazil's real shed earlier gains, as investors hoped U.S. policymakers would reinforce their recent dovish stance and not raise borrowing costs amid signs of a slowdown in the economy.

30 Jan 2019

EMERGING MARKETS-Vale plunge on dam burst knocks Brazil stocks; Latam FX weak

(Recasts throughout, updates prices) By Susan Mathew Jan 28 Brazil stocks posted their sharpest one-day drop in seven weeks on Monday thanks to a near 25-percent plunge in shares of miner Vale after a dam disaster, while most other Latin American shares and currencies fell in line with a global market slump. The MSCI index of Latin American shares fell 1.6 percent, its worst day since Dec. 10. A decline in the currency index was capped by a 0.2 percent rise in Brazil's

28 Jan 2019

EMERGING MARKETS-Bovespa down as Vale plummets on dam disaster; Latam FX weakens

By Agamoni Ghosh Jan 28 Stocks in Brazil fell on Monday as shares of Vale plummeted, wiping out nearly $14 billion of the company's market value, in the wake of a dam burst at one of its mines in Brazil that killed at least 60 people and left about 300 missing. A soft U.S. dollar did little to help developing world currencies as investors gauged market volatility ahead of the U.S. Federal Reserve's policy meeting and U.S-China trade talks this week. Brazil's Bovespa i

28 Jan 2019

New dam disaster puts Vale CEO, deals and dividends under scrutiny

SAO PAULO When Fabio Schvartsman took the reins of Vale SA in 2017, he suggested a motto for the world's largest iron miner, turning the page on a tailings dam disaster that hit a small Brazilian town two years before: "Mariana, never again."

28 Jan 2019

New dam disaster puts Vale CEO, deals and dividends under scrutiny

SAO PAULO When Fabio Schvartsman took the reins of Vale SA in 2017, he suggested a motto for the world's largest iron miner, turning the page on a tailings dam disaster that hit a small Brazilian town two years before: "Mariana, never again."

28 Jan 2019

Brazilian pension fund Petros says Bradespar, Litel and Eletron in talks to settle Vale dispute

FLORIANOPOLIS, Brazil, Sept 11 Brazilian holding company Bradespar SA, one of the largest shareholders in miner Vale SA, and Litel Participações SA, a holding company owned by pension funds, are trying to settle a dispute over Vale shares with Elétron SA, a holding company controlled by banker Daniel Dantas, a pension fund executive said on Tuesday.

11 Sep 2018

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