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Óleo e Gás Participações S.A. (OGXP3.SA)

Sao Paolo - Sao Paolo Delayed Price. Currency in BRL
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4.00-0.03 (-0.74%)
At close: 4:49PM BRT
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Previous Close4.03
Bid4.00 x 0
Ask4.06 x 0
Day's Range4.00 - 4.07
52 Week Range3.00 - 7.09
Avg. Volume194,372
Market Cap129.44M
PE Ratio (TTM)-0.49
EPS (TTM)-8.11
Earnings DateN/A
Dividend & YieldN/A (N/A)
Ex-Dividend DateN/A
1y Target Est2.00
  • Reuters4 months ago

    Brazil's OGPar files for permission to exit bankruptcy

    Óleo e Gás Participações SA , the oil firm founded by Brazilian tycoon Eike Batista, said on Friday it filed for permission from a court in Rio de Janeiro to exit bankruptcy. In a securities filing, it said it has fulfilled all its obligations under its court reorganization plan. OGPar, as the company is known, entered bankruptcy status to protect itself from creditors in October 2013.

  • Reuters7 months ago

    Brazil's former richest man to stand trial on corruption charges

    SAO PAULO/RIO DE JANEIRO, Feb 10 (Reuters) - Brazil's one-time richest man Eike Batista will stand trial on corruption charges along with an ex-Rio de Janeiro governor who allegedly took millions in bribes from the former billionaire. Federal prosecutors on Friday leveled the charges against Batista, the former governor Sergio Cabral and seven other people accused for helping facilitate the alleged graft, and hiding the money by creating offshore shell firms for Batista, 60, who five years ago had a net worth exceeding $30 billion and was considered one of the world's 10 richest people. Batista has been jailed since Jan. 30 when he voluntarily returned to Rio from New York after four days as a fugitive.

  • Reuters8 months ago

    Ex-tycoon Batista jailed in graft probe on return to Brazil

    Eike Batista, once the richest and most outspoken cheerleader for Brazil's ill-fated commodities bubble, flew back to Rio de Janeiro Monday and was arrested at the airport by federal police over corruption allegations after four days as a fugitive. Batista, a brash entrepreneur whose meteoric rise and fall made him the poster boy of a decade-long boom in Brazil that turned to bust three years ago, is accused of paying a former Rio state governor millions in bribes. Batista has not been formally charged.