In Labour’s first year, in 2003, the public bank (which Bolsonaro wants to privatize) has the highest profit in history.
Socialist brunette – A compulsive liar, President Jair Bolsonaro lost again the truth on his blitzkrieg visit to Alagoas on Thursday, where he went to Opening a business that has already been opened And attacking former President Lula, who was shot dead in front of him In Datafolha forecast Until 2022. According to Bolsonaro, Caixa Econômica Federal was incurring a loss during the Labor government, whereas in Lula’s first year in office, in 2003, the public bank had the highest profit in its history to date. And it stayed in all successive years.
In Maceio, Bolsonaro said: “Caixa, going back there, with that thief with nine fingers, would be a loss.” This is not what the bank numbers show, Its employees are struggling to prevent its privatization By Bolsonaro. For the second year in a row, Caixa Econômica Federal has managed to close its accounts in blue. Caixa recorded profits of 1.616 billion in 2003 – the highest in the history of the corporation, “according to a published article By the newspaper Folha DS Paulo On February 11, 2004.
In 2004, the bank returned to profit: 1.4 billion riyals. In 2005, Caixa won Rose 46% Compared to the previous year it was 2.07 billion. In 2006, A new record: 2.38 billion profit. In 2007, he won 2.5 billion riyals. In 2008, Net profit of 3.9 billion riyalsAn increase of 62.3% over the previous year. In 2009, he won 3 billion riyals. In 2010, the last year of Lula’s government, Caixa’s profits increased by 25% compared to 2009’s The year closed at 3.8 billion.
With Dilma Rousseff in the presidency, public bank numbers have remained on an upward curve: profit 5.2 billion in 2011 (37.7% increase over 2010), 6.1 billion in 2012And the 6.7 billion in 2013 e 7.1 billion in 2014. In 2015, the last year that Dilma actually ruled, Caixa’s earnings rose 0.9% and Close at 7.2 billion riyals. With the rapist Michael Tamer in Planalto, in 2016, Caixa made a profit of 4.1 billion, 43% decrease. Dilma permanently left power in May of that year. In 2017, with Temer, the bank kept going strong and closed with Record a new profit, 12.5 billion. In 2018, it was Caixa net worth 10.4 billion.
In 2019, Bolsonaro’s first year in power, Caixa posted a profit of R $ 21.1 billion, but Arising from the sale of the bank’s assetsNot for good management. Caixa’s profits depend on selling the bank’s assets and reducing its social role. It wasn’t banking activity that did the good. The president of Fenae (the National Federation of Employee Associations at Caixa Econômica Federal), Jair Pedro Ferreira, said this finding does not show the company is expanding and generating jobs, but rather is dumping core assets.
The Fenae Chairman’s statement proves that the bank’s profits have decreased significantly in 2020: 13.2 billion riyals, A. Remains 37.5% Compared to 2019.
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