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Great expectations surround Brazilian IPOs in 2011. After a 10% rise last year, investment bankers are forecasting a more mature and busy year for IPOs in Brazil. We collected two significant points of view from the Brazilian market: ITAU BBA … Continue reading
Allianz Group, one of the leading global services providers in insurance and asset management, announced a new fund to be invested in its majority towards Brazil, and nearly one third of the fund may be invested in other Latin American and international … Continue reading
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 … Continue reading
U.S. investors will have an opportunity to talk to representatives of Brazilian capital markets institutions this month. Meetings will be held in New York (22/jun), San Francisco (24/jun) and Boston (23/06). The visits are part of the next round of BEST, … Continue reading
Roberto Setubal, president and CEO of Brazilian bank Itaú Unibanco, gave a conference at the “2010 Latin American Cities Conference: São Paulo,” that this sixth edition has the theme “Brazil is the Future.” Strengthen the capital markets. According Setubal, it … Continue reading
Two indicators of growth made the news this week; household consumption’s expansion of almost 10% in the last three quarters; and the industrial electricity consumption in February was up nearly 11% year over year. This means it is now on … Continue reading
Editorial on the New York Times today gives us something to think about. Does this rally make sense to you? http://www.nytimes.com/2009/10/16/opinion/16fri1.html