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Banco BTG Pactual S.A. (BPAC11.SA)

São Paulo - São Paulo Delayed Price. Currency in BRL
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24.43-1.19 (-4.64%)
At close: 07:11PM BRST
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Previous Close25.62
Bid24.43 x 0
Ask24.45 x 0
Day's Range0.00 - 0.00
52 Week Range
Avg. Volume12,339,718
Market Cap82.318B
Beta (5Y Monthly)1.27
PE Ratio (TTM)39.79
Earnings DateN/A
Forward Dividend & Yield0.46 (1.85%)
Ex-Dividend DateAug 05, 2022
1y Target EstN/A
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    UPDATE 1-Brazil's BTG Pactual posts net profit up 25.5% to quarterly record

    Brazil's Banco BTG Pactual SA on Tuesday reported a record net profit for the third quarter in a row despite what it said was a "pretty volatile year," driven by interest gains and rising revenues from its main units including sales and trading. Latin America's largest investment bank reported a third quarter net profit of 2.19 billion reais ($424.69 million), up 25.5% from a year ago and roughly in line with estimates of 2.22 billion reais from analysts polled by Refinitiv. Total revenue reached a quarterly record at 4.8 billion reais, up 24% on a yearly basis, with BTG's return on average equity (ROAE) - a gauge of profitability - hitting 22%.

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    Peru Marxist party wins mayoral races near MMG's troubled Las Bambas copper mine

    Peruvian Marxist party Peru Libre has won mayoral elections in five districts next to MMG Ltd's massive Las Bambas copper mine, with one new mayor-elect telling Reuters he hopes to serve as "mediator" to end social conflicts. Luis Ivan Cruz was elected in a Sunday vote, becoming the new mayor-elect of Challhuahuacho, the town closest to Las Bambas, the world's No. 2 copper producer. Cruz belongs to the same party that helped elect Peruvian President Pedro Castillo last year.

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    Brazil ready for more agriculture sector IPOs, seed company chief says

    The Brazilian market is ready to welcome more agribusiness companies on the stock market, a sector underrepresented on the local bourse based on the size of the industry relative to Brazil's GDP, Marino Colpo, chief executive of listed seeds producer Boa Safra, said on Thursday. "I'm a big believer in the next (IPO) window," said Colpo, who leads one of the last agriculture sector companies to go public. During a panel discussion hosted by an investment bank, Colpo said there remains a great distance between investors and the countryside of Brazil, the biggest producer of staples like soybeans, coffee and sugar.