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Banco Bradesco S.A. (BBD)

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2.6400+0.0100 (+0.38%)
At close: 04:00PM EDT
2.6796 +0.04 (+1.60%)
After hours: 04:09PM EDT
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Previous close2.6300
Open2.6200
Bid0.0000 x 47300
Ask0.0000 x 300400
Day's range2.6150 - 2.6600
52-week range2.6000 - 3.6800
Volume13,420,706
Avg. volume16,466,011
Market cap28.036B
Beta (5Y monthly)0.64
PE ratio (TTM)11.00
EPS (TTM)0.2400
Earnings dateN/A
Forward dividend & yield0.04 (1.65%)
Ex-dividend date03 May 2024
1y target est3.38
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    RPT-FOCUS-Brazil's Pix payments are killing cash. Are credit cards next?

    In just three years, Brazil's hugely popular Pix payment system has become the country's favorite way to pay, replacing cash and wire transfers in many cases and now threatening the dominance of credit cards in the booming e-commerce sector. The instant payments designed by Brazil's central bank are a boon to online retailers, helping with cash flow in a sector with tight margins, while undercutting the legacy business of banks and fintechs built on existing credit card infrastructure. "This system eliminates the need to have a credit card."

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    UPDATE 2-Cielo's controlling shareholders reach deal to lift tender offer price

    The controlling shareholders of Brazilian payments firm Cielo have reached an agreement with some minority shareholders to raise the price of a tender offer to take the company private, according to a securities filing on Tuesday. Under the agreement, lenders Banco do Brasil and Bradesco have committed to raise the offer price to 5.60 reais per share from 5.35 reais per share. That would lift the deal's total amount to 6.17 billion reais ($1.22 billion) if the lenders acquire all shares in Cielo they do not own, up from the 5.9 billion reais seen before.

  • Reuters

    FOCUS-Brazil's Pix payments are killing cash. Are credit cards next?

    In just three years, Brazil's hugely popular Pix payment system has become the country's favorite way to pay, replacing cash and wire transfers in many cases and now threatening the dominance of credit cards in the booming e-commerce sector. The instant payments designed by Brazil's central bank are a boon to online retailers, helping with cash flow in a sector with tight margins, while undercutting the legacy business of banks and fintechs built on existing credit card infrastructure. "This system eliminates the need to have a credit card."