Tuesday’s news (23) highlights Inauta’s 52.5% production drop (ENAT3) in July compared to June this year.
Camille (CAML3) about purchasing the Mabel and Toddy brand license for cookies.
Petrobras (PETR3;[ativo=PETR4)] It announced its recall in a lawsuit against the appointment of Cayo Pais de Andrade as president of the state-owned company.
Hello (OIBR3;OIBR4), in turn, confirmed that the proposal submitted by NK 108, a subsidiary of Highline do Brasil II Infraestrutura de Telecomunicações, was the only valid proposal in a competitive process at the Seventh Business Court of Rio de Janeiro.
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Camil (CAML3) has entered into an agreement with Pepsico do Brasil to acquire all shares issued by CIPA Industrial de Produtos Alimentares Ltda. and CIPA Nordeste Industrial de Produtos Alimentares Ltda. The acquired companies manufacture cookies under the main brand “Mabel”, as well as the brands “Doce Vida”, “Mirabel”, “Elbi’s” and “Pavesino”.
Factories in Aparecida de Goiânia (GO) and Itaporanga D’Ajuda (SE) are part of the deal, operated by approximately 800 employees. In addition to this acquisition, the deal also creates a 10-year license from Pepsico for Camil’s “Toddy” cookie brand, and the acquisition of the assets that make up the “Toddy” cookie brand product line.
The day before, Petrobras issued a statement informing that she had been summoned on 11 August to present her defense before seeking an injunction in the lawsuit filed by Senator Jean Paul Prats (Labour) and Anabitro President, Mario Alberto. D. Zoot.
In the lawsuit, which is taking place in the Eleventh Federal Court in Rio de Janeiro, They requested that Cayo Pais de Andrade’s appointment as CEO of the state-owned company be rescinded. The executive, appointed by President Jair Bolsonaro’s government, was approved on June 27 to lead the state-owned company by the board of directors by seven votes to three.
Enauta (ENAT3)’s total production in July was 268.0 thousand boe, or average daily production of 8.6 thousand boe, a decrease of 52.5% compared to June 2022.
“During July, the Atlanta field underwent a scheduled shutdown to meet Department of Labor regulatory requirements, as well as the preparation of the FPSO for re-certification by DNV (Det Norske Veritas), the oil company explains.
Oi confirmed the day before that the binding proposal submitted by NK 108, a subsidiary of Highline do Brasil II Infraestrutura de Telecomunicações, was the only valid proposal in a competitive process at the Seventh Business Court in Rio de Janeiro. acquisition of SPE Torres 2, amounting to 1.697 billion Brazilian riyals, which will be paid in cash.
Of the total amount, according to the material fact, up to R$ 1.088 billion will be paid on the date of closing the transaction, and the rest, up to R$ 609 million, will be paid up to 2026, depending on the future amount of infrastructure items to be used, which will be reflected in The SPE Torres 2 purchase and sale agreement to be negotiated, explains Oi.
The Board of Directors of Assaí (ASAI3) has approved the issuance of bonds for a total amount of R$600 million.
This is the sixth edition of Assaí (ASAI3), now in three public distribution chains with limited distribution efforts. Each bond is worth R$1,000. The money collected will be used to reimburse the expenses and expenses incurred by the company “related to the expansion and/or maintenance of certain properties”.
Ânima (ANIM3) has informed that the company’s IR Director, Marina Oling Gilman, is leaving her position to lead the new business division. Guilherme Colin Soárez will be the new CEO of Inspirali Medicine. The Ânima Board of Directors has today approved the name Marcus Vinicius Cuiabano Peixoto to take over the IR Board of Directors.
Ratings agency S&P cut Gol’s credit rating outlook from CCC+ from positive to stable, citing a slower-than-expected recovery and the airline’s limited access to capital markets.
“Despite the lack of significant short-term maturities, a slower-than-expected recovery in margins and limited access to capital markets has increased cash flow risks,” S&P said in a report, also citing fuel costs. The Ebitda valued R$2 billion in the first seven months of 2022, lower than the R$3.4 billion forecast.
Wiz (WIZS3) has announced that Wiz Conseg Corretora de Seguros, a subsidiary of the company, has entered into contractual instruments to acquire an ownership interest in Trombini, which works exclusively with groups of car dealerships.
Wiz Conseg has acquired an equity stake equal to 50.1% of the share capital of Trombini, a brokerage which, upon closing of the transaction, will have the exclusive right to sell insurance products to Le Lac Group franchisees for a period of 10 years. The Le Lac Group includes 11 Jeep, Citroën, Peugeot and Hyundai car dealerships in the state of Paraná.
Viveo (VVEO3) has announced the purchase of Neve Produtos Cirúrgicos and Nutrivica for R$110 million.
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Morgan Stanley Bank increased its stake in the company from 9.7% to 10.7%. The chip corresponds to 29427383 American Deposit Receipts (ADRs).
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