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Banco Bradesco S.A. (BBD)

NYSE - Nasdaq Real-time price. Currency in USD
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2.7000+0.0100 (+0.37%)
At close: 04:00PM EST
2.7000 0.00 (0.00%)
After hours: 06:09PM EST
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Previous close2.6900
Bid2.7000 x 300400
Ask2.7400 x 39400
Day's range2.6700 - 2.7200
52-week range2.5000 - 4.7400
Avg. volume44,533,672
Market cap28.778B
Beta (5Y monthly)0.65
PE ratio (TTM)5.87
EPS (TTM)0.4600
Earnings dateN/A
Forward dividend & yield0.19 (7.06%)
Ex-dividend date02 Feb 2023
1y target est4.17
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    Brazilian court orders seizure of emails of bankrupt retailer Americanas

    A Brazilian court has ordered the seizure of all corporate emails of managers and board members from bankrupt retailer Americanas SA sent and received over the last 10 years, according to documents seen by Reuters. Judge Andrea Palma of federal court in Sao Paulo earlier this week agreed with a request from Americanas creditor Banco Bradesco SA asking for the seizure of the emails, citing its belief that "directors, board members, shareholders and auditors allowed a giant accounting fraud to happen."

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    Brazil's BTG gets court decision reversing part of Americanas' protection from creditors

    Brazilian bank BTG Pactual obtained a court decision on Wednesday overturning part of Americanas SA's protection from creditors, according to court documents seen by Reuters, in a move the retailer says "harms its viability". The decision of appeal judge Flavio Horta Fernandes reversed a previous order that BTG Pactual return money it received from the company's accounts with the bank to pay for a credit line. BTG confirmed the decision in a securities filing, but did not give details.

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    BTG, Bradesco among most exposed to Brazilian retailer Americanas

    Brazilian lenders BTG Pactual, Bradesco and Santander Brasil are among those most exposed to debt of Americanas SA, analysts' estimates showed on Monday, after the retailer obtained an injunction protecting it from creditors. Analysts at JPMorgan and Citi said in research notes that Banco Bradesco SA had the largest nominal exposure to the firm, while Banco BTG Pactual SA topped exposure as a proportion of loans.