The stock exchanges duel: Brazilian Bovespa versus New York Stock Exchange

By the late 1990ths early 2000ths, one of the top concerns in Brazilian capital markets circles was if the local stock exchange, Bovespa, would be able to compete with its international peers. Forecasts were quite pessimists. Brazilian companies looking for liquidity could not neglect  the fact that  the international investor was trading in New York,Continue reading “The stock exchanges duel: Brazilian Bovespa versus New York Stock Exchange”

Stocks in Brazil – December Outlook compromised by concerns in Europe

Concerns about Europe should affect stock market performance in Brazil this month. That is what we learn from the reports of Banif and Bradesco Corretora. Companies with greater exposure to domestic market are pointed as safe ports. Banif: Tension in Europe and USA likely to overshadow positive economic news While key indicators of economic activityContinue reading “Stocks in Brazil – December Outlook compromised by concerns in Europe”

Stock exchanges of São Paulo and Hong Kong will work together in 2012

Brazilian and Hong Kong companies may be able to list shares on each others’ local exchanges from January 2012, Brazilian newspaper  Journal Valor reported on July 12th. Brazilian and Asian bourses are working together to create “two centers of liquidity simultaneously,” said the BM & F Bovespa CEO Mr. Edemir Pinto. A little strange that I could not findContinue reading “Stock exchanges of São Paulo and Hong Kong will work together in 2012”