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  • Russian investor starts to have 70% of the capital of the supermarket chain Dia
    São Paulo – The Spanish Day supermarket network now has 69.76% of its shares in the hand of the Letterone fund, the Russian investor Mijail Fridman. The position was reported yesterday in fact relevant to the Spanish Securities Commission with the final result of the public offer of shares (OPA).
  • Itaú develops digital payment platform
    Itaú Unibanco launched, on Monday (13), the ITI, an open platform of digital payments that will work even for those who are not customers. In the application, payers can register credit cards from any financial institution or crediting amounts to any bank account. ITI can be used in transfers between people and retail payments, through a QR-Code, and makes transfers without charge and offers exclusive benefits-all via mobile. The limit is R $1,000 per day. The platform also guarantees tenants, freelancers and entrepreneurs the receipt of their sales at the same time. The shopkeeper will have a rate of 1% per transaction. The ITI will be available for iOS and Android smartphones from the third quarter of 2019.
  • In search of a market value of r$18.00 billion, Neoenergia initiates investor education this week
    Neoenergia will start next week the investor presentations – in market jargon, the "investor Education" – for its initial offer of shares (IPO). The company tries to Emscore in the IPO a market value of R $18.4 billion. This is where the company will hit the hammer over the price to try to empt its IPO. The intention is that the offer stay for the end of next month, schedule maintained, so far, even with the increase of volatility in the market.
  • Cacau Show Studies open stores and buy operations outside Brazil
    Cacau Show is planning to expand its business to other countries, which can occur through the opening of its own brand stores or through acquisitions of local companies. On the radar are mainly South American countries such as Colombia and Argentina. The idea of internationalization is exciting the founder of Cacau Show, Alexandre Costa, but a limiter for this step has been the difficulty of mapping entrepreneurs considered qualified in neighboring countries to make a network of franchises. From a financial standpoint, the company understands that it has a capital structure with sufficient liquidity to afford to invest out there without the need to resort to loans.
  • Snack manufacturers seek to adapt to changes in consumption
    Manufacturers of snacks show adaptation to the new habits of the consumer, facing an unstable economic scenario and greater concern for health. The sector has recovered in recent years, after being impacted by the crisis.
    

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