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Telefonica Brasil SA (VIVT4.SA)

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Wed, Jul 25 2018

UPDATE 3-Telefonica Brasil beats profit estimates on one-off tax gain

SAO PAULO, July 25 Telefonica Brasil SA , Brazil's largest telecommunications company, beat quarterly profit estimates on Wednesday due to a gain related to a legal tax dispute, though profit met expectations when adjusted for that one-off item.

Telefonica Brasil beats quarterly profit estimates

SAO PAULO, July 25 Telefonica Brasil SA , Brazil's largest telecommunications firm, beat quarterly profit estimates on Wednesday as the company booked a one-off gain related to a legal tax dispute.

Brazil regulator rejects Telefonica fine-for-investment swap

BRASILIA The board of Brazilian telecoms regulator Anatel on Wednesday voted against a proposal by Telefonica Brasil SA to swap 3 billion reais ($861.08 million) in regulatory fines for new investments.

UPDATE 1-Brazil regulator rejects Telefonica fine-for-investment swap

BRASILIA, April 25 The board of Brazilian telecoms regulator Anatel on Wednesday voted against a proposal by Telefonica Brasil SA to swap 3 billion reais ($861.08 million) in regulatory fines for new investments.

Brazil regulator rejects Telefonica fine-for-investment swap

BRASILIA, April 25 The board of Brazilian telecoms regulator Anatel on Wednesday voted against a proposal by Telefonica Brasil SA to swap 3 billion reais ($861.08 million) in regulatory fines for new investments.

Telefonica Brasil misses quarterly profit estimates

April 25 Telefonica Brasil SA, Brazil's largest telecommunications company, missed first-quarter profit estimates on Wednesday as net income rose less than expected.

Telefonica Brasil to expand ultra-fast broadband to 20 new cities

SAO PAULO Telefonica Brasil SA will expand ultra-fast fiber-to-the-home (FTTH) broadband service to more than 20 new cities in 2018 as Brazil's largest telecommunications firm eyes ambitious growth among wealthier clients, a top executive told Reuters.

Vitol to list African venture Vivo, cancels Varo float

Vivo Energy, the African fuels supplier owned by oil trading giant Vitol and Helios Investment Partners, will float on the London Stock Exchange and the Johannesburg Stock Exchange, the company said on Tuesday.

UPDATE 3-Vitol to list African venture Vivo, cancels Varo float

* Firm expects to be able to join FTSE UK indices (Updates with Varo IPO cancellation)

UPDATE 1-Telefonica Brasil outlines aggressive expansion strategy

NEW YORK, March 12 Telefonica Brasil SA , the South American nation's largest telecommunications firm, is eyeing aggressive organic expansion in the next three years with a special focus on the country's fast-growing broadband segment, executives said on Monday.

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