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Carrefour Brasil Says May Consider Acquiring Hypermarkets From Rival GPA - Atacadão CEO
Brazil's Carrefour Brasil Reports Q4 Net Income Of 735 Million Reais
Carrefour Brasil reports 7.6% rise in same-store sales in Q4
Atacadao SA, also known as Grupo Carrefour Brasil, is a Brazil-based company engaged in the food distribution sector. The Company's activities are divided into three business lines: Wholesale, Retail and Financial Solutions. The Wholesale area focuses on self-service stores and delivery establishments, under the Atacadao brand name, for wholesale customers. The Retail segment operates hypermarkets, supermarkets, convenience shops, pharmacies and fuel service stations, as well as e-commerce platform, under the Carrefour brand name. It includes also Property Division, which manages the property portfolio and leasable areas. Financial Solutions division acts on in the insurance market and offers consumer credit solutions through Carrefour and Atacadao credit cards.
Avenida Morvan Dias de Figueiredo 6169
Jose Roberto Meister Mussnich
Chief Executive Officer
Noel Frederic Georges Prioux
Chief Executive Officer of Carrefour Brasil Group
Vice-President of Finance and Investor Relations Officer – Carrefour Brasil Group
Marco Aparecido de Oliveira
Vice President - Operations
Claire Du Payrat
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* Mexico's inflation climbs to 2-yr high * Brazil sees record COVID-19 deaths * Carrefour Brasil soars after BIG deal (Updates prices throughout, adds comments) By Sruthi Shankar and Shreyashi Sanyal March 24 (Reuters) - The Mexican peso held steady against the dollar on...
* Mexico's inflation climbs to 2-yr high * Brazil sees record COVID-19 deaths * Carrefour Brasil soars after BIG deal By Sruthi Shankar March 24 (Reuters) - The Mexican peso held steady against the dollar on Wednesday after four straight sessions of losses as signs of quickening...
Shares in Carrefour edged higher on Wednesday after the French supermarket retailer said it would buy Grupo BIG in a deal that values Brazil's third-biggest food retailer at about $1.3 billion.
French supermarket retailer Carrefour has agreed to buy Grupo Big, Brazil's third-biggest food retailer, in a deal valuing the Brazilian firm at around $1.3 billion, which Carrefour said would boost its earnings.
Brazilian food retailer GPA SA's spinoff and Monday listing of its Assai wholesale unit has boosted the combined company's market capitalization by 10%, highlighting the importance of the format to the company's overall growth.
* Chile's peso the sole Latam gainer * Mexico seeks natural gas supply guarantee after Texas export ban * Brazil's real dips on full day of trading after long weekend (Adds details, updates prices) By Susan Mathew and Ambar Warrick Feb 18 (Reuters) - Mexico's peso led losses...
* Mexican peso down half a percent * Mexico seeks natural gas supply guarantee after Texas export ban * Brazil's real dips on full day of trading after long weekend By Susan Mathew Feb 18 (Reuters) - Latin American currencies weakened on Thursday, even as the dollar slid...
Carrefour Brasil will donate profits generated by its stores on Nov. 26 and 27 to projects promoting diversity and inclusion after a Black man was beaten to death at a supermarket last week, a securities filing on Wednesday showed.
A state attorney in southern Brazil is suing a unit of France's Carrefour SA seeking 200 million reais ($37.6 million) in damages after security guards beat a Black man to death at one of its stores.
Supermarket chain Carrefour Brasil said on Tuesday that it deeply regretted that a Black man was beaten to death by security guards last Thursday at one of its Brazil stores, after hundreds of demonstrators again protested the killing.
Supermarket chain Carrefour Brasil said in a securities filing on Tuesday that it deeply regretted the death of a Black man beaten by security guards last Thursday at one of its Brazil stores, in its first public notice to investors.
Supermarket chain Carrefour Brasil's share price plummeted 6% in afternoon trading on Monday after the death of a Black man beaten by security guards last week at one of its Brazil stores, igniting protests due to resume later in the day.
More than 1,000 demonstrators attacked a Carrefour Brasil supermarket in the southern Brazilian city of Porto Alegre on Friday after security guards beat to death a Black man at the store.
Carrefour Brasil said on Friday it had terminated the contract of the security firm whose employees had beaten to death a Black man at one of its supermarkets in the southern Brazilian city of Porto Alegre.
Carrefour <CARR.PA> is ready to cope with tighter restrictions in France and elsewhere to curb the COVID-19 pandemic, Europe's biggest retailer said on Wednesday, as it posted its strongest quarterly underlying sales growth for at least two decades.
Carrefour, Europe's largest retailer, said on Wednesday it achieved record 8.4% like-for-like sales growth in the third quarter, reflecting a stronger performance in its key markets of France, Spain and Brazil.
Brazil's supermarkets are "committed" to lowering the prices of basic foodstuffs, President Jair Bolsonaro said on Wednesday, hours after the Justice Ministry said it would ask supermarkets to explain recent price increases for some products.
The consumer protection unit of Brazil's Justice Ministry will ask supermarkets to explain a recent increase in prices for basic foodstuffs, it said in a Wednesday statement.
A man died at a Carrefour Brasil store in Brazil's northeastern state of Recife, but his body was left on the shop floor covered with umbrellas and surrounded by cardboard boxes while the store remained open for business, causing outrage as images went viral on social media.
* Colombian peso touches lowest level since July 1 * Oil prices weaken on rough sledding for U.S. fiscal package * Brazil posts record current account surplus * Carrefour Brasil up on after quarterly results beat (New throughout, updates prices, market activity and comments...
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