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Braskem S.A. (BAK)

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17.81+0.43 (+2.47%)
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Previous Close17.38
Bid17.77 x 900
Ask18.02 x 1100
Day's Range17.31 - 18.02
52 Week Range6.07 - 18.02
Avg. Volume285,119
Market Cap6.787B
Beta (5Y Monthly)0.92
PE Ratio (TTM)N/A
EPS (TTM)-2.97
Earnings DateN/A
Forward Dividend & YieldN/A (N/A)
Ex-Dividend DateOct 04, 2019
1y Target Est14.00
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    A former chief executive of Braskem SA, Brazil's largest petrochemicals company, pleaded guilty on Thursday to involvement in what U.S. prosecutors called a 13-year bribery scheme that involved Braskem's parent, Odebrecht SA. Jose Carlos Grubisich admitted in Brooklyn, New York, federal court to conspiring to violate anti-bribery provisions of the federal Foreign Corrupt Practices Act, and falsify Braskem's records and financial reports to conceal bribes.

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    Brazilian engineering company Novonor, formerly known as Odebrecht SA, said on Thursday it had resumed contacts with bidders to sell its controlling stake in petrochemical producer Braskem SA. Proceeds of the sale will pay the conglomerate's creditors, mainly the largest banks, as set forth in agreements with creditors within the bankruptcy protection process. Novonor paused discussions with Lyondell Basell Industries NV over the Braskem sale two years ago, when Braskem was under fire over environmental problems related to its mining activities in the northeastern city of Maceio.