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Brazilian Retailer Magazine Luiza Sees Agressive Competition In Terms Of Pricing, Prefers Long-Term Investments - Exec
Rpt-Brazil's Magazine Luiza Reports Q3 Net Result Of 235 Million Reais
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Magazine Luiza SA is a Brazil-based company principally engaged in the retail sector. The Company's activities are divided into four business lines: Retail, through physical stores and E-commerce sells various consumer goods, including home appliances, electronics, furniture, cosmetics, baby care accessories, toys and sport articles, among others; Luizacred, which offers products such as the credit cards, consumer credits, personal loans, payroll loans; Luizaseg, offering insurance and extended product's warranty; and Consortium Management, providing customers access to its so-called letters of credit through Consorcio Luiza. The Company owns several subsidiaries, such as Magalog Servicos Logisticos Ltda and Campos Floridos Comercio de Cosmeticos Ltda.
Retail (Department & Discount)
Rua do Comercio, 1924, Centro
Luiza Helena Trajano Inacio Rodrigues
Chairman of the Board
Frederico Trajano Inacio Rodrigues
Chief Executive Officer
Marcelo Jose Ferreira e Silva
Vice Chairman of the Board
Roberto Bellissimo Rodrigues
Chief Financial Officer, Investor Relations Officer, Member of the Executive Board
Chief Technology Officer
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An attempt by one of Brazil's largest retailers to target racial disparities in its management ranks sparked a backlash by the country's federal public defender's office, which accused Magazine Luiza SA of discrimination.
Brazilian retailer Magazine Luiza SA is open to "all kinds" of acquisitions including supermarkets, its chief executive said on Tuesday, pointing to a sector that has seen robust growth during quarantine measures.
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Brazilian retailer Magazine Luiza SA <MGLU3.SA> expects stronger revenues in coming months as it gradually reopens its stores shut by the coronavirus pandemic while e-commerce accelerates, executives said on Tuesday, as the company's first-quarter earnings sent shares up...
Brazilian retailer Magazine Luiza SA expects revenues and margins to improve as it gradually reopens its more than 1,000 brick-and-mortar stores shut by the coronavirus pandemic, executives said on Tuesday, as the company's quarterly earnings send shares up more than 11%.
Brazilian appliances and electronics retailer Magazine Luiza has reported a first-quarter adjusted 8 million real ($1.5 million) net loss.
* BRAZILIAN RETAILER MAGAZINE LUIZA CLOSES ALL PHYSICAL STORES STARTING MONDAY -FILING (Reporting by Gram Slattery)
* BRAZILIAN RETAILER MAGAZINE LUIZA SEES AGRESSIVE COMPETITION IN TERMS OF PRICING, PREFERS LONG-TERM INVESTMENTS - EXEC
Brazilian retailer Magazine Luiza SA on Monday reported a 11.4% drop in fourth-quarter net income year-on-year, as the group took a hit on margins to achieve record total sales growth.
Brazilian retailer Magazine Luiza SA reported on Monday a 11.4% drop in its fourth-quarter net income year-on-year, as a 51.3% jump in total sales, including third-party sellers, was overshadowed by higher operating costs, driving margins down.
Brazilian retailer Magazine Luiza SA plans to launch new financial services to both customers and third-party sellers from its e-commerce platform in January, executives said on Friday.
Brazilian retailer Magazine Luiza SA is willing to trade off margins to deliver an exponential growth in sales in 2020, its chief executive said on Friday.
Brazilian retailers Magazine Luiza SA and Lojas Marisa SA announced on Thursday a partnership to sell smartphones and financial services in roughly 300 stores of apparel retailer Marisa, according to securities filings by the companies.
Brazilian retailers Magazine Luiza SA and Lojas Marisa SA announced on Thursday a partnership to sell smartphones and financial services in 300 stores of apparel retailer Marisa, according to securities filings by the companies.
Brazilian retailer Magazine Luiza SA priced its share issue at 43 reais per share, the company said in a securities filing in the early hours of Wednesday.
Brazilian retailer Magazine Luiza SA concluded a $1.1 billion share offering on Tuesday pricing its shares at 43 reais, three sources with knowledge of the matter said.
Brazilian retailer Magazine Luiza SA has priced its offering on Tuesday at 43 reais per share, two sources with knowledge of the matter said.
Brazilian retailer Magazine Luiza SA is planning to raise up to 5 billion reais ($1.25 billion) with a share offering, financial blog Brazil Journal reported late on Wednesday.
Brazilian retailer Magazine Luiza SA expects an even more positive fourth quarter as the country's economic recovery is likely to gain momentum with the approval of key reforms, its chief executive officer said on Wednesday.
Brazilian retailer Magazine Luiza SA expects an even more positive fourth-quarter, as the country's economic recovery is likely to gain momentum with the approval of key reforms, Chief Executive Officer said on Wednesday.
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