|Bid||23.15 x 90000|
|Ask||23.30 x 2500000|
|Day's range||20.95 - 21.41|
|52-week range||20.08 - 24.84|
|PE ratio (TTM)||20.86|
|Earnings date||30 Aug 2017|
|Dividend & yield||0.80 (3.33%)|
|1y target est||25.13|
SAO PAULO/BOGOTA (Reuters) - The busiest week for initial public offerings in Brazil in four years ended on Friday on an upbeat note for issuers, as a nascent economic recovery and the passage of key economic reforms helped to lure global investors. Grupo Biotoscana SA, a Colombia-based pharmaceutical firm, and shareholders raised 1.34 billion reais ($426.7 million) in a Friday IPO. Three days earlier, the IPO of Brazil's biggest diversified retailer Grupo Carrefour Brasil SA fetched 5.12 billion reais.
Carrefour SA board member Abilio Diniz said on Thursday the initial public offering of the retailer's Brazilian unit shows the country is overcoming its harshest recession in a century as shares slipped in their market debut. The stock had priced at the 15 reais floor of a suggested price range in a deal that raised 5.12 billion reais ($1.6 billion).
A supermarket chain sheds light on Brazil's economy.