The agencies that rate the risk of a bank, country or asset.
The result of the nominal interest rate minus inflation or price index.
The Brazilian currency at present.
It is a monetary policy instrument used by the Central Bank to regulate the liquidity in the banking system.
Regulation S of the Securities Act.
An opportunity to invest dividends received and additional cash and cash equivalents in company shares. Adherence is usually voluntary and offers the opportunity to automatically invest dividends in shares, at better prices and costs.
A transaction where a Bank sells its customers public or private securities and simultaneously agrees to repurchase them within a specified period of time. The buyer in turn agrees to sell them.
It is a historical price level that indicates a probable interruption in an upward trend and/or a possible fall in the price of an asset.
By means of this operation, the Central Bank offers the market contracts changing the exchange rate risk to CDI risk. In practical terms, this is the same as if the Central Bank bought dollars in the futures market. This operation can be seen as an attempt to protect the exchange rate.
When a company offers its shareholders new shares at a specified price. This price is usually lower than the market price, and this offer is valid for a predetermined period of time.
Abbreviation of Return on Average Assets. Return on Average Assets. It is one of the many indicators of a company’s profitability. It is calculated by the division of net income by total assets, in the case of ROA, and by the average asset, in the case of ROAA. It shows the profit brought in by the invested capital. ROA of publicly-held companies may vary substantially depending of their fields.
Abbreviation of Return on Equity/ Return on Average Equity. It is an indicator of a company’s profitability. It is calculated by the division of net income by equity, in the case of ROE, and by the average asset, in the case of ROAE. It represents the profit that a company is able to make with its shareholders’ funds. Investors usually seek companies with high and growing ROEs.
A lot of securities that share identical features. This number of securities is set by stock exchanges.
Regular Shareholders' Meeting. Assembly of a company's stockholders that must be summoned at some point during the first four (4) months following the end of a fiscal year so that the shareholders may receive, examine and vote on the financial statements presented by Company Management; deliberate on the destination of net profits obtained during the fiscal year and on the distribution of dividends; as well as elect the administrators and members of the Statutory Audit Committee, where applicable.