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DLocal (DLO) stock is on the rise today as investors take interest in the company following its earnings report for Q2 2021.
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DLO earnings call for the period ending June 30, 2021.
Management reported strong second-quarter earnings after the market closed yesterday, and shares of DLocal Limited (NASDAQ: DLO), an online-payments services provider that focuses on emerging markets, are soaring today.
Dow Jones Futures Extend Stock Market Sell-Off As Fed Moves To Exit; Nvidia, dLocal, Robinhood Earnings Late
Futures fell, signaling more stock losses after the Fed hinted it'll start tapering this year. Nvidia, Robinhood led earnings.
Dow Jones Futures: Stock Market, Apple Sell Off As Fed Moves To Exit; Nvidia, Cisco, Dlocal, Robinhood Earnings Late, Tesla AI Day Looms
Stocks tumbled into the close amid Fed hints it''ll start tapering bond buys this year. Nvidia and Robinhood led earnings late.
US$1.5 billion Total Payment Volume, up 319% year-over-yearRevenues of US$59.0 million, up 186% year-over-year44% Adj EBITDA Margin, up 384 bps year-over-year dLocal reports in US dollars and in accordance with IFRS as issued by the IASB MONTEVIDEO, Uruguay, Aug. 18, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- DLocal Limited (“dLocal”, “we”, “us”, and “our”) (NASDAQ:DLO), a technology-first payments platform today announced strong financial results for the second quarter ended June 30, 2021. “Global merchants arou
More than 40 IPO stocks this year have more than doubled. One of them, dLocal, is trying to clear a buy point
SAO PAULO (Reuters) -Uruguayan payment startup dLocal Ltd said on Tuesday that it had struck a partnership with Amazon.com Inc that clears the way for international vendors to sell products on Amazon's Brazil online marketplace for the first time. Some international sellers have already joined the Amazon marketplace and others will join in a gradual rollout plan over the next few days, said Michel Golffed, senior vice-president of growth at dLocal. "Latin America as a region is one representing the fastest growing pace with retail e-commerce," Golffed told Reuters in a phone interview.