|Bid||11.22 x 34100|
|Ask||11.23 x 36100|
|Day's Range||11.18 - 11.51|
|52 Week Range||6.49 - 13.67|
|Beta (5Y Monthly)||0.82|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||97.16|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||0.69 (6.22%)|
|Ex-Dividend Date||Dec. 27, 2019|
|1y Target Est||N/A|
* Brazilian real biggest weekly decliner among peers * Latam stocks set to log first weekly decline in six * Trump attack on China apps bruises risk, boosts dollar By Shreyashi Sanyal Aug 7 (Reuters) - Latin American currencies fell on Friday, with Brazil's real lagging peers for the week as U.S. President Donald Trump's steps toward banning popular Chinese mobile apps helped the dollar gain some lost ground. The real crumbled 1.7% against a strengthening dollar after the Trump administration unveiled bans on U.S. transactions with China's ByteDance, owner of video-sharing app TikTok, and Tencent, operator of messenger app WeChat, which go into effect in 45 days. "Apart from the obvious fallout to Tencent and ByteDance, Washington's move is sure to ratchet up geopolitical tensions with Beijing once again, after a relatively quiet couple of weeks," said Jeffrey Halley, senior market analyst at OANDA.
Vale (VALE) second quarter earnings came in-line with the prior-year quarter despite a drop in revenues.
Mining companies need more skilled engineers if they are to meet strict new global safety standards for tailings dams aimed at preventing catastrophic failures like those in recent years that have killed hundreds of people and inundated nearby communities with mine waste. Experts said miners had not placed as much importance on tailings management, with little prestige attached to the unglamorous work of trekking to remote mine waste dams where engineers analyze the consistency of the slurry and verify the integrity of the structure. In Brazil, more than 250 people died in 2019 when the Vale SA's Brumadinho upstream tailings dam collapsed, flooding the nearby community with mine waste.