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Cosan Ltd (CZZ.N)

CZZ.N on New York Stock Exchange

16 Feb 2018
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Cosan Limited (Cosan) is a holding company. The Company's segments include Raizen Energia, Raizen Combustiveis, COMGAS, Cosan Logistica, Lubricants and Other business. The Company's other business include other investments, in addition to the corporate activities. The Company offers Logistics services, including transportation,... (more)


Beta: 2.40
Market Cap(Mil.): $2,934.25
Shares Outstanding(Mil.): 270.69
Dividend: 0.08
Yield (%): 0.69


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P/E (TTM): -- 25.90 17.27
EPS (TTM): -- -- --
ROI: -- 6.52 35.43
ROE: -- 8.97 17.10

Brazil's Cosan to start $200 million share buyback program on Tuesday

SAO PAULO, Nov 21 Brazil's Cosan Ltd will initiate a tender offer on Tuesday to buy back up to $200 million in New York-listed Class A shares, the energy conglomerate said in a filing with Brazil's securities regulator.

Nov 21 2017

BRIEF-Shell divests its interest in Comgas for headline of $380 mln

* Shell divests its interest in Comgas for a headline of $380 million‍​

Oct 10 2017

Raízen submits binding offer to buy Shell's unit in Argentina

SAO PAULO Brazil's Raízen Combustíveis SA made a binding offer to acquire the fuel distribution unit in Argentina controlled by Shell Overseas Investments B.V. and B. V. Dordtsche Petroleum

Sep 29 2017

Fitch Rates Cosan Limited's Proposed Global Notes Issuance 'BB(EXP)'

(The following statement was released by the rating agency) SAO PAULO, September 13 (Fitch) Fitch Ratings has assigned a 'BB(EXP)' rating to Cosan Limited's (Cosan Limited) proposed senior unsecured global notes issuance of USD 500 million due 2024. The company will use the proceeds to repay existing indebtedness of USD230 million and to inject up to USD270 million into its subsidiary Cosan Logistica S.A's (Cosan Logistica) capital. Fitch's current Long-Term Foreign and Local Currency Issuer Def

Sep 13 2017


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