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One starts to wonder if it Brazilian economy is overheated. The Economist for one, came with an article – Too Hot (2/6/11) Latin America’s biggest economy is more fragile than it appears. The Economist point is mainly this: the Brazilian government has a big … Continue reading
Deutsche Bank bankers recently gave a briefing on the Brazilian cross-border M&A market to the Financial Women’s Association of New York. Joel Roberto’s analysis pin points key facts both in the stock market and M&A deals activity. Patti Domm’s article about … Continue reading
Eike Batista announces OGX listing in London as part of the internationalization plan of his companies
After the launch of its New York office as part of a plan of internationalization, EBX announces the listing in London of OGX, the oil company of the group. Eike Batista, chairman of the group said to Jornal Valor that OGX … Continue reading
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
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 … Continue reading
Has Brazil created flexible and creative structures to deal with volatile economic cycles? Survival of the quickest Nov 12th 2009 From The Economist print edition Frequent crises have made for strong banks and nimble financiers BRAZILIAN businessmen often say that … Continue reading