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BBD Jan 2022 4.550 put

OPR - OPR Delayed Price. Currency in USD
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  • Reuters

    UPDATE 1-Bradesco considers international expansion of its digital banks

    Brazilian lender Banco Bradesco SA is considering expanding its digital banking operations to new countries, such as the United States and Mexico, Chief Executive Octavio de Lazari told analysts on Wednesday. Bradesco's potential move comes as financial startups such as Nubank are taking on brick-and-mortar banks in Brazil and expanding across Latin America with their asset-light operations. Nubank, which is backed by Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway Inc, is planning to list its shares in the United States next month at a valuation of roughly $50 billion, topping Bradesco's. It operates in Brazil, Mexico and Colombia.

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    EMERGING MARKETS-Currencies firm after U.S. jobs data; Brazilian real leads

    * Brazil's real up 1.7%, but outlook bleak - economist * Russian rouble, S.African rand cut losses after U.S. data * Banco Bradesco rallies after Q3 beat * Argentine cenbank advises against increasing dollar reserves (Adds comments, updates prices throughout) By Susan Mathew and Shreyashi Sanyal Nov 5 (Reuters) - Emerging market currencies firmed on Friday, with Brazil's real jumping more than 1%, after strong U.S. job numbers and positive reports on an experimental Pfizer COVID-19 pill increased optimism about the global economic recovery. Most currencies hit session highs, with those of Russia and South Africa erasing session losses of over 0.6% after data showed U.S. nonfarm payrolls rose by 531,000 jobs last month, compared with estimates for 450,000.

  • Reuters

    EMERGING MARKETS-Currencies firm after strong U.S. jobs data; Brazil stocks rally 2%

    * Brazil's real up 1.2%, but outlook bleak -economist * Russian rouble, S.African rand cut losses after U.S. data * Banco Bradesco rallies after 3rd-qtr beat * Argentine cenbank advises against increasing dollar reserves By Susan Mathew Nov 5 (Reuters) - Emerging market currencies firmed on Friday, with Brazil's real jumping over 1%, after strong job numbers from the United States and a COVID-19 pill from Pfizer increased optimism about global economic recovery. Most currencies hit session highs, with those of Russia and South Africa erasing session losses of over 0.6% after U.S. nonfarm payrolls increased by 531,000 jobs last month, compared with estimates for 450,000 jobs. Most Latin American currencies also firmed, with Mexico's peso rising 0.3%, putting MSCI's index of EM currencies on track to cut almost all its losses this week.

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