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Brazil's Sabesp reports Q3 adjusted EBITDA Of 1.4 bln reais
Brazil's Sabesp says board elected Karla Trindade as new CEO - Filing
SABESP Reports Qtrly Net Operating Revenue R$3.7 Bln
Companhia de Saneamento Basico do Estado de Sao Paulo SABESP is a water and sewage service provider. The Company provides water and sewage services to a range of residential, commercial, industrial and governmental customers in over 360 municipalities in the state of Sao Paulo, including the city of Sao Paulo. The Company's segments include Water and Sewage. The Company also supplies treated water on a wholesale basis to approximately 10 municipalities located in the Sao Paulo metropolitan region and urban conurbations. The Company's activities comprise water supply, sanitary sewage services, urban rainwater management and drainage services, urban cleaning services, solid waste management services and related activities, including the planning, operation, maintenance and commercialization of energy, and the commercialization of services, products, benefits and rights that directly or indirectly arise from its assets, operations and activities.
Rua Costa Carvalho, 300
Mario Engler Pinto
Chairman of the Board
Rui de Britto Alvares Affonso
Chief Financial Officer, Investor Relations Officer, Member of the Executive Board
Chief Technology, Enterprises and Environment Officer
Corporate Management Officer
Joao Cesar Queiroz Prado
Regional Systems Officer
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Brazilian sanitation company Iguá Saneamento SA is considering an initial public offering (IPO) to raise money for investments, three people with knowledge of the matter said.
* Brazil's Bovespa leads gains among stocks * Currencies of crude exporters gain on higher oil prices * July 18 (Reuters) - Latin America stocks edged higher on Thursday, bucking the global equities gloom, while a tepid dollar and higher oil prices lifted currencies of crude...
Brazil's Sao Paulo state hopes to sell at least 4 billion reais ($1.07 billion) in state assets as it aims to shore up government finances, state Finance Minister Henrique Meirelles said on Tuesday.
Brazil´s state of Sao Paulo plans to privatize its sanitation company this year, state finance secretary Henrique Meirelles said in a statement, confirming an interview published by newspaper Valor Economico on Wednesday.
Brazil´s state of Sao Paulo plans to privatize its sanitation company this year, state finance secretary Henrique Meirelles said in an interview published by the Valor Economico newspaper on Wednesday.
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Brazil's real dropped to its lowest in a week on Monday and the Chilean peso weakened in line with other emerging markets currencies as dismal trade data from China deepened fears of slowing global growth. Chinese exports unexpectedly fell the most in two years in December...
Brazil's stock and currency markets have romped into the New Year, lifted by growing confidence in the still-to-be-detailed economic policies of newly inaugurated far-right Brazil President Jair Bolsonaro.
The Mexican peso weakened on Thursday as investors sought safe haven assets on worries about slowing global economic growth, but Brazil's real bucked the trend due to expectations for policy reform by the country's new government. The real firmed 0.6 percent to a six-week...
Latin American stocks rose on Wednesday, riding a broader wave of optimism on world trade, while Latin American currencies took advantage of a soft dollar to firm significantly. U.S. President Donald Trump said late on Tuesday in an interview with Reuters that trade talks...
Brazilian governor-elect for the state of São Paulo, João Doria, has ruled out privatizing state-run sanitation company Companhia de Saneamento Básico do Estado de São Paulo, or Sabesp, his press representatives confirmed on Wednesday.
The elected governor of the Brazilian state of Sao Paulo ruled out the privatization of state-controlled sanitation company Sabesp in a interview published on Wednesday by newspaper Valor Economico.
Brazil's Cia de Saneamento Basico do Estado de Sao Paulo SA has signed a letter of intent to provide water and sewage services to the city of Guarulhos, home to more than 1.3 million people, the sewage and water company said in a securities filing on Thursday night.
Latin American equities and currencies slumped across the board on Friday, amid a broader emerging markets shakeout after Turkey's lira went into free fall. The lira currency had been falling for some time amid worries about Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan's influence over...
Latin American equities came under renewed pressure on Wednesday, as ongoing fears of a trade war, a technology sector rout on Wall Street and volatile North American Free Trade Agreement negotiations depressed investor sentiment. Early on Wednesday, China's Global Times...
Latin American equities fell across the board on Wednesday, as ongoing fears of a trade war, a U.S. tech sector rout and volatile North American Free Trade Agreement negotiations continue to weigh on sentiment. Early on Wednesday, China's Global Times newspaper, a mouthpiece...
Latin American stocks fell on Tuesday after sharp sell-offs on Wall Street led by tech companies plagued by uncertainty over government regulation and privacy questions surrounding Facebook. The S&P 500 fell by 1.73 percent, with Facebook shares shedding 4.9 percent, bringing...
* SÃO PAULO STATE GOVERNMENT RECEIVED FROM GROUP OF INVESTORS LETTER AIMING POTENTIAL ACQUISITION OF PART OF SHARES, HELD BY GESP
Brazil's benchmark Bovespa equities index registered strong gains on Wednesday, breaching the 81,000-point mark for the first time amid strong inflows of foreign capital and industry-related news that lifted some major stocks.
Brazil's benchmark Bovespa equities index registered strong gains on Wednesday, breaching the 80,000-point mark for the second time, amid strong inflows of foreign capital and industry-related news that lifted some major stocks. In the first nine sessions of 2018, the Bovespa...
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