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Cresud SACIF y A sells agricultural plot in Bolivia for $7.21 mln
Cresud unit to sell remaining area of Cremaq in Baixa Grande do Ribeiro (Piaui)
Cresud to propose absorption of wholly owned unit Cactus Argentina
Cresud Sociedad Anonima Comercial, Inmobiliaria, Financiera y Agropecuaria is an agricultural company engaged in the production of basic agricultural commodities with presence in the agricultural sector of Brazil, through its investment in Brasilagro, as well as in other Latin American countries. In addition, the Company leases lands to third parties and perform agency and agro-industrial services, including a meat packing plant. It operates in two businesses areas, namely, Agricultural and Investment and Development Properties. Its Agricultural business comprises eight segments: Crops, Cattle, Dairy, Sugarcane, Agricultural Rentals and Services, Land Transformation and Sales, Agro-industrial and Others. The Company's Investment and Development Properties comprises six segments: Shopping Center Properties, Offices, Sales and Developments, Hotels, International, and Financial Operations and Others. The Company's main crops include soybean, wheat, corn and sunflower.
Moreno 877, piso 23
Eduardo Sergio Elsztain
Chairman of the Board
Alejandro Gustavo Elsztain
Second Vice Chairman of the Board, Chief Executive Officer
First Vice Chairman of the Board
Matias Ivan Gaivironsky
Chief Financial and Administrative Officer
Chief Executive Officer of International Operations (Argentina, Bolivia)
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A Brazilian asset manager posted a deep loss in its long-only equity fund as its bullish stance on Argentina crumbled this week, while its larger long-short hedge fund escaped with a relatively minor loss, internal fund data showed on Wednesday.
A Brazilian hedge fund was among the casualties of Monday's market rout on Argentine assets, with at least 75 percent of its equity exposure suffering losses between 25% and 59%.
Argentine companies have launched the biggest wave of share buybacks in a decade, a Reuters review of securities filings shows. The firms say the buybacks show faith in their share prices, but some skeptical analysts see a hesitancy to invest that may signal the economy...
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