Eletrobras leads Ibovespa falls this morning; Index drops By Investing.com


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By Ana Beatriz Bartolo

Investing.com – The starts this Friday bitter, down 1.65% to 105,209 points at 10:22 am, with Eletrobras, Banco Inter (SA:) and Americanas SA (SA:) leading losses this morning. At the other end, CPFL Energia (SA:) is the only asset in the index that is trying to register a rise, but the movement has not yet been consolidated.

Check out the main corporate news of the day.

Bradesco – The Board of Directors of Bradesco (SA:), for the first half of 2022. The gross amount to be distributed is R$2 billion, equivalent to R$0.178723065 per common share and R$0.196595372 per preferred share. Payment will be made on June 30, based on the shareholding structure on June 20. The shares lost 1.44%, at R$ 19.12.

Multilaser (SA:) – a National Long-Term Rating of AA-(bra), for the first time, with a stable outlook. Assets fell 2.23%, to R$ 4.39.

Electrobras – , according to Eletrobras. According to the statement, Furnas subscribed for the remainder of 7,267,560,939 new common shares, issued by Madeira Energia, for R$901 million. Thus, Furnas increased its stake in the company from 43.055% to 72.364%.

Eletrobras (SA:) also , 09. The company sold 802.1 million shares, moving R$ 33.7 billion between base and supplementary lots. Thus, the government ceased to be the company’s controller, despite still maintaining the golden share. Eletrobras shares dropped 5.48%, at R$ 40.68.

CEEE-T (SA:)- , 09. The first installment will be made on June 15th and R$ 960 million will be distributed. The second part will be paid on December 30, with a total amount of R$ 261,174,061.00. The distribution will take into account the shareholding base on May 26.

Petrobras (SA:) – {{news-1008352||The Ministry of Mines and Energy released the list with the names indicated for the company’s Board of Directors}}, confirming the name of the Secretary of Debureaucratization of the Ministry of Economy, Caio Paes de Andrade, to replace the outgoing president, José Mauro Coelho. The ministry sent 10 names, and only four members were retained: Ruy Flaks Schneider and Márcio Weber, appointed by the Union; and the representatives of minority shareholders José João Abdala Filho and Marcelo Gasparino da Silva. The names of Edison Antonio Costa Britto Garcia were confirmed; Ieda Aparecida de Moura Gagni and Jonathas Assunção Salvador Nery de Castro, who had their names leaked in recent days. Ricardo Soriano de Alencar and Gileno Gurjão Barreto were also nominated, the latter for the presidency of the Board. Petrobras shares fell 1.50% to R$29.62.

Ecorodovias (SA:) – ANTT approved the result of the auction in which Ecorodovias took the concession for the Rio de Janeiro – Governador Valadares (MG) Highway System. The event, without competitors for EcoRodovias, took place on the 20th. The shares fell 1.59%, at R$ 6.80.

M. Dias Branco (SA:) – The company M. Dias Branco signed an agreement to acquire 100% of the shares representing the capital stock of Nutrition, owner of the Jasmine brand, which focuses on organic, zero, wholegrain and gluten-free products. The value of the deal was not disclosed in the statement. The shares lost 1.15% at R$25.70.

CCR (SA:) – Vehicle traffic on roads managed by CCR in May grew 7.8% over a year earlier on a like-for-like basis. The data excludes RodoNorte’s figures, which had the concession term ended in November 2021. The shares lost 1.21%, at R$ 13.07.

BRF (SA:) – BRF started operations at its new factory in Dammam, Saudi Arabia, after investments of US$ 18 million that raised the unit’s monthly production capacity to 1,200 tons of food. Assets fell 1.34% to R$14.76.

Eneva (SA:) – (Central Geradora Termelétrica Fortaleza), also known as Termofortaleza, which formerly belonged to the Enel (BIT:) Brazil. The Enterprise Value considered was R$431,583,000, considering a base date of March 31, 2022. The shares fell 1.60%, to R$14.11.

TC (SA:) – TC announced the acquisition of Dibran DTVM, an independent securities dealer. The shares rose 0.29% to R$ 6.90.

BTG Pactual (SA:) – BTG Pactual, together with Globenet, took control of V.tal, after contract renegotiation. In a material fact, the company informs that the partial sale of UPI InfraCo has been closed. New investors take over 51% of the subsidiary, so that, after the implementation of some steps, they will hold, before any price adjustments, shares representing 57.9% of the voting and total share capital of V.tal. BTG’s assets fell 1.42% to R$22.89, while those of Oi (SA:) dropped 5% to R$0.57.

CPFL Energia – Distributed generation already accounts for 5% of CPFL Energia’s residential market, the company’s president told Broadcast. The shares rose 1.21%, to R$ 33.39.