Banco Bradesco S/A Pref ADR (BBD): Price and Financial Metrics


Banco Bradesco S/A Pref ADR (BBD): $4.07

-0.02 (-0.49%)

POWR Rating

Component Grades

Growth

S

Value

I

Momentum

G

Stability

N

Sentiment

U

Quality

P

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BBD Stock Summary

  • BANK BRADESCO's market capitalization of $35,657,487,225 is ahead of 94.2% of US-listed equities.
  • Equity multiplier, or assets relative to shareholders' equity, comes in at 11.1 for BANK BRADESCO; that's greater than it is for 93.22% of US stocks.
  • As for revenue growth, note that BBD's revenue has grown -36.26% over the past 12 months; that beats the revenue growth of only 4.93% of US companies in our set.
  • If you're looking for stocks that are quantitatively similar to BANK BRADESCO, a group of peers worth examining would be STT, MFC, TRV, TU, and SYF.
  • Visit BBD's SEC page to see the company's official filings. To visit the company's web site, go to banco.bradesco.

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BBD Price/Volume Stats

Current price $4.07 52-week high $4.32
Prev. close $4.09 52-week low $2.93
Day low $4.07 Volume 128
Day high $4.07 Avg. volume 36,302,219
50-day MA $3.69 Dividend yield 0.73%
200-day MA $3.66 Market Cap 43.38B

Banco Bradesco S/A Pref ADR (BBD) Company Bio


Banco Bradesco SA offers a range of banking and financial products and services in Brazil and abroad to individuals, companies and local and international corporations and institutions. The company was founded in 1943 and is based in Osasco, Brazil.


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UPDATE 1-Brazil government to investigate lenders for alleged credit card fraud

Brazil's government on Thursday announced it will investigate 23 financial institutions, including the country's top banks, for allegedly issuing unsolicited credit cards when customers signed up for payroll loans and charging them undisclosed fees. The Justice and Public Security Ministry said in a statement that lenders provided customers with credit cards without prior notice when they signed up for such loans, which are repaid through automatic deductions from the borrower's paycheck. The investigation follows complaints from a consumer protection agency in Rio de Janeiro state, it added, saying payroll loan withdrawals were allegedly charged through the unsolicited credit cards.

Yahoo | August 25, 2022

Brazil's Bradesco buys Ictineo to create digital bank in Mexico

Brazilian lender Banco Bradesco SA said on Thursday its subsidiary Bradescard has agreed to acquire Mexico's Ictineo Plataforma SA in a bid to offer digital accounts in Latin America's second-largest economy. Bradesco said the acquisition will allow the bank to enter the banking retail area, offering digital accounts, payroll loans and investment accounts. The Brazilian bank has been in Mexico for 12 years through financing company Bradescard Mexico.

Yahoo | August 25, 2022

UPDATE 1-Brazil's Bradesco buys Ictineo to create digital bank in Mexico

Brazilian lender Banco Bradesco SA said on Thursday its subsidiary Bradescard has agreed to acquire Mexico's Ictineo Plataforma SA in a bid to offer digital accounts in Latin America's second-largest economy. Bradesco said the acquisition will allow the bank to enter the banking retail area, offering digital accounts, payroll loans and investment accounts. The Brazilian bank has been in Mexico for 12 years through financing company Bradescard Mexico.

Yahoo | August 25, 2022

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Exclusive: UnitedHealth struggling to sell Brazilian unit Amil - sources

UnitedHealth Group Inc, the top U.S. healthcare company by market capitalization, is struggling to sell Brazilian unit Amil due to antitrust issues and growing losses from individual health plans, according to four people with knowledge of the matter. After studying ways to divest Amil 10 years after acquiring it, UnitedHealth decided last month to suspend the sale process, the sources said, asking for anonymity because the discussions were private. UnitedHealth had agreed to pay acquirers for Amil's loss-making units and lose money on the sale of the whole company, but did not receive an attractive proposal, the sources added.

Yahoo | August 3, 2022

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BBD Price Returns

1-mo N/A
3-mo 26.32%
6-mo 1.06%
1-year 19.43%
3-year -29.83%
5-year -37.44%
YTD 33.08%
2021 -31.56%
2020 -33.98%
2019 14.04%
2018 -0.19%
2017 33.29%

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