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Cosan SA

CSAN3.SA

Latest Trade

53.69BRL

Change

-0.31(-0.57%)

Volume

503,400

Today's Range

53.35

 - 

54.19

52 Week Range

31.52

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55.68

As of on the Bolsa de Valores do Estado de Sao Paulo ∙ Minimum 15 minute delay

Pricing

Previous Close
54.00
Open
54.18
Volume
503,400
3M AVG Volume
35.28
Today's High
54.19
Today's Low
53.35
52 Week High
55.68
52 Week Low
31.52
Shares Out (MIL)
401.52
Market Cap (MIL)
21,540.84
Forward P/E
13.94
Dividend (Yield %)
1.85

Next Event

Q3 2019 Cosan SA Industria e Comercio Earnings Release

Latest Developments

More

Brazil's Cosan Reports Q2 Net Profit Of R$ 418.3 Million

Brazil energy company Cosan publishes outlook for Raizen Energia

Shell divests its interest in Comgas for headline of $380 mln

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About Cosan SA

Cosan SA Industria e Comercio is a Brazil-based company primarily engaged in the oil marketing sector. The Company's activities are divided into six business segments: Raizen Energia, which produces and distributes sugarcane derivatives, such as raw sugar and hydrated ethanol, and cogenerates energy from sugarcane bagasse; Raizen Combustiveis, which distributes fuel, mainly through a network of gasoline stations under the Shell brand name; Comgas, which focuses on the natural gas distribution in the state of Sao Paulo, Brazil; Radar, which is responsible for purchase, sale, management and leasing of agricultural land; Lubricants, which manufactures and sells lubricants under the Mobil brand name in Latin American market, as well as the Comma brand name in the European and Asian market, and Other, which includes investments in other businesses. The Company is a subsidiary of Cosan Ltd.

Industry

Retail (Specialty)

Contact Info

Av Prsdnt Jscln Kbtschk 1327-Andr 4 Sl 1

Vila Nova Conceicao

+55.11.38979797

http://ri.cosanlimited.com/

Executive Leadership

Rubens Ometto Silveira Mello

Chairman of the Board

Marcos Marinho Lutz

Chief Executive Officer, Vice Chairman of the Board

Marcelo Eduardo Martins

Chief Financial Officer, Investor Relation Officer

Marcelo de Souza Scarcela Portela

Chief Legal Officer, Member of the Executive Board, Director

Burkhard Otto Cordes

Director

Key Stats

2.23 mean rating - 13 analysts
Sell
Hold
Buy
Revenue (MM, BRL)

2016

47.0K

2017

49.4K

2018

59.7K

2019(E)

67.1K
EPS (BRL)

2016

2.510

2017

3.190

2018

3.210

2019(E)

3.819
Price To Earnings (TTM)
9.81
Price To Sales (TTM)
1.77
Price To Book (MRQ)
2.26
Price To Cash Flow (TTM)
7.12
Total Debt To Equity (MRQ)
123.25
LT Debt To Equity (MRQ)
102.87
Return on Investment (TTM)
10.37
Return on Equity (TTM)
8.48

Latest News

Brazil's Bolsonaro wants probe of potential gas station 'cartel', reviving old debate

Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro said on Thursday that potential price fixing in the gas station industry needs to be investigated, reopening an old debate in Brazil over prices at the pump.

Exclusive: Brazil's Petrobras refineries sale lures trading cos, PetroChina, Saudi Aramco - sources

Brazil's planned privatisation of eight Petroleo Brasileiro SA <PETR4.SA> refineries has lured several of the world's largest trading and oil companies as prospective bidders, two sources with knowledge of the matter said.

CORRECTED-Brazil's Cosan says JV with Mexico's FEMSA to open 500 stores

Brazil's energy and logistic group Cosan SA said on Tuesday the joint venture formed between Raízen and Mexico's FEMSA to explore the convenience market in Brazil will open 500 stores with the OXXO and Select brands in the next three years.

Mexico's Femsa buys 50% of Brazil's Raízen convenience stores chain

Mexico's Femsa SAB de CV has agreed to buy 50% of convenience stores chain Raízen Conveniencias in Brazil, according to a securities filing on Tuesday.

UPDATE 2-Petrobras Distribuidora shares jump on privatization

Shares of Petrobras Distribuidora SA, Brazil's biggest fuel distributor, jumped more than 6% on Wednesday after its state-run parent company effectively privatized the firm.

CORRECTED-Brazil sugar lineup plunges as mills cut export business

Brazil's sugar line-up, or the amount of the sweetener to be loaded at local ports, plunged in July to the lowest in at least five years, as mills refrain from sugar export business amid declining global prices. According to shipping agency Williams, only 745,000 tonnes...

UPDATE 3-Bunge and BP team up in Brazil bioenergy venture, create No. 3 sugarcane processor

* Bunge recognizes impairment charge of up to $1.7 bln (Adds comments from executives in new JV)

Brazil plan to open gas sector seen luring Naturgy, Engie, others

Recently announced plans to foster competition in the Brazilian natural gas market may trigger a wave of privatizations among state-controlled distribution companies, luring international and domestic bidders, experts on the sector say.

Brazil's Petrobras believes Raizen, other distributors could buy refineries

Brazilian state-run oil firm Petrobras <PETR4.SA> believes three types of companies, including domestic fuel distribution companies such as Raizen, could be interested in purchasing its refineries, an executive said on Friday.

Brazil's Petrobras believes Raizen, other distributors interested in refineries

Brazilian state-run oil firm Petrobras believes three types of companies could be interested in purchasing its refineries, including domestic fuel distribution companies such as Raizen, an executive said on Friday.

U.S. corn problems boost Brazil ethanol outlook, might affect sugar

Brazilian sugar mills are closely watching the 2019 U.S. corn crop for reduced harvests that could boost prices for the cereal, raising ethanol production costs there and opening room for Brazilian ethanol to gain domestic market share.

Brazil energy group Cosan net income up 14.5% -filing

Cosan SA Indústria e Comércio CSAN3.SA, one of Brazil's largest energy and logistics companies, said on Tuesday it posted a quarterly net profit of 395.7 million reais ($99 million), up 14.5% from a year earlier.

Brazil cane crush gathers pace after slow start; yields rising

Brazil's new sugar and ethanol season has gained speed after a slow start to cane crushing, and initial production data from the fields indicate that volumes could be in the higher end of analysts' forecasts.

UPDATE 1-Brazil's Raízen hedges over 60 pct of sugar sales in 2019/2020 - CEO

Brazil's Raízen Energia SA, the world's largest sugar maker, has hedged more than 60 percent of sugar sales for the 2019/2020 season, Chief Executive Officer Luis Henrique Guimarães said on Tuesday.

Brazil's Raízen hedges over 60 pct of sugar sales in 2019/2020 - CEO

Brazil's Raízen Energia SA, the world's largest sugar maker, has hedged more than 60 percent of sugar sales for the 2019/2020 season, Chief Executive Officer Luis Henrique Guimarães said on Tuesday.

UPDATE 1-Brazil's Cosan buys additional stake in Comgas for $414 mln

Brazilian energy company Cosan SA Indústria e Comércio on Friday bought an additional stake of 19.5 million preferred shares in natural gas distribution company Comgas, which it already controls, for nearly 1.6 billion reais ($414 million), the company said.

Brazil economy, gasoline price hikes boost ethanol outlook as crop nears

Rising gasoline prices in Brazil and improved economic prospects in 2019 are boosting the outlook for ethanol sales and mills may once again skew toward the biofuel and away from sugar as the new cane crop approaches.

Brazil ethanol pipeline owner eyes corn-based fuel makers

Logum, the company operating Brazil's sole ethanol pipeline, is looking to expand the system into central Brazil to reach more plants and possibly the nascent corn-based ethanol industry, which is expected to grow.

EMERGING MARKETS-Brazilian stocks drop on financials; Latam currencies weaken

Brazilian stocks fell on Wednesday as bank losses weighed on the Bovespa index despite robust gains from the retail and materials sector, while currencies in Latin America weakened against the U.S. dollar. Sao Paulo's benchmark index fell 0.2 percent, further retreating...

EMERGING MARKETS-Mexican peso dips on trade worries, president-elect inauguration

The Mexican peso weakened on Friday on market caution ahead of trade talks between U.S. President Donald Trump and his Chinese counterpart, and the inauguration this weekend of a new leftist president. The Brazilian real was little changed, but was expected to remain volatile...

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