OSX Brasil S.A. (OSXB3.SA)

Sao Paolo - Sao Paolo Delayed Price. Currency in BRL
16.930.00 (0.00%)
At close: 4:05 PM EDT
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Prev Close16.93
Bid0.00 x
Ask0.00 x
Day's Range16.93 - 16.93
52wk Range11.00 - 27.00
1y Target EstN/A
Market Cap65.79M
P/E Ratio (ttm)-0.04
Avg Vol (3m)1,600
Dividend & YieldN/A (N/A)
Earnings DateN/A
  • OSX Brasil SA :OSXB3-BR: Earnings Analysis: Q2, 2016 By the Numbers : September 1, 2016
    Capital Cube2 months ago

    OSX Brasil SA :OSXB3-BR: Earnings Analysis: Q2, 2016 By the Numbers : September 1, 2016

    Categories: Yahoo Finance Get free summary analysis OSX Brasil SA reports financial results for the quarter ended June 30, 2016. We analyze the earnings along side the following peers of OSX Brasil SA – Petro Rio SA and Lupatech S.A. (PRIO3-BR and LUPA3-BR) that have also reported for this period. Highlights Summary numbers: Revenues of BRL 41.52 million, ... Read more (Read more...)

  • Reuters2 years ago

    Brazil fines tycoon Batista for not informing market on CCX action

    Brazil's securities regulator CVM fined Brazilian tycoon Eike Batista 300,000 reais on Wednesday for failing to keep investors informed about a possible delisting of coal mining company CCX Carvão da Colombia....

  • Reuters2 years ago

    As money runs out, fallen Brazilian tycoon Batista faces the law

    A year after the epic collapse of his industrial empire, Brazilian tycoon Eike Batista's financial and legal troubles appear far from over. Once worth more than $30 billion and listed as the world's eighth-richest man by Forbes Magazine, Batista says his debts now exceed his assets by $1 billion and the value of his remaining stakes in the oil, shipbuilding, mining and transportation companies he founded continues to shrink. Batista also faces criminal and regulatory investigations into suspected insider trading and fraud. On Monday, a judge ordered Batista, who has repeatedly denied any wrongdoing, to testify on Nov. 18, the first step in a legal saga that experts say could drag on for months, if not years.