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For 2017, the Brazilian government’s official number is 1% growth, with the recovery starting already in the first quarter. However, according to O Estado de S. Paulo newspaper, the Minister of Finance, Henrique Meirelles, has already admitted in private conversations … Continue reading
Bradesco, one of Brazilians leading banks, just revised the Brazilian real GDP growth forecast to -2.0% in 2015, from -0.7%. Changes reflect the worsening outlook for interest rates and inflation. They are also revising 2016 GDP estimate to 0.8%, from 1.4%. … Continue reading
London Olympic Games. Rio Conferences will present opportunities in strategic sectors of the city from July 25th to August 12th for more than 540 companies. Organized by Rio Negocios, the conferences are supported by companies like the Brazilian bank Bradesco and the … Continue reading
Forbes list of the world’s biggest companies uses an equal weighting of sales, profits, assets and market value to rank companies according to size. 33 Brazilian companies are in the ranking. Energy makes number one among them with Petrobras (oil, gas … Continue reading
Rumors that Brazilian federal government aims to replace Roger Agnelli, Vale’s CEO, have been surrounding the market for a long time. Yesterday, minister Guido Mantega, representing the Federal government as one large shareholder, officially requested Bradesco, another large shareholder, the … Continue reading
Lula was in Conakry, capital of Guinea last Tuesday (22/02/2011). The charismatic and prestigious ex- Brazilian president came for a ceremony about the beginning of the works of Vale in Guinea. Vale, the largest Brazilian company and the largest exporter … Continue reading
Bank of Brazil announced this week the purchase of a bank in Miami, USA and signing a joint venture with Portuguese bank Espirito Santo and Brazilian rival Bradesco. The acquisitions are part of the internationalization strategy of Brazil biggest public bank, , which includes Latin … Continue reading