The Taissa (Tai 11) And the Bank of Brazil (BAAS3) are some of the most notable corporate events for Thursday (11), a day marked by balance-sheet implications.
Taesa saw its consolidated net income, calculated under IFRS rules, decline 19.2% in the second quarter, compared to the previous year, totaling R$564 million. The main villain in the results was a 50.5% jump in net financial losses, which amounted to R$260.6 million.
Banco do Brasil recorded an adjusted net income of R$7.8 billion in the second quarter of 2022. The result represented a 54.8% jump compared to the same period last year and was above market estimates of R$6.2 billion, according to market estimates. for Bloomberg.
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The Petroconcavo (RECV3) reported a net profit of R$ 131.03 million in the second quarter of 2022. The value indicates an increase of 39% compared to the same period last year, when the company reported a profit of R$ 94.56 million.
The slap (ALPK3) recorded a net loss of 36.32 million Brazilian riyals in the second quarter of this year. The value is 39.9% lower than that recorded in the same period in 2021, when the company recorded a net loss of R$60.46 million.
Pet Store Network pizza (PETZ3) chest Adjusted net income 32.8 million Brazilian riyals, an increase of 35.7% over the performance obtained a year ago. The company found cash generation measured by adjusted Ebitda of R$66 million, up 9.9% year over year.
The Alliance Suna It recorded an increase in revenue in the second quarter of this year, but it saw a significant decline in net income. Total revenue reached R$258 million between April and June, an increase of 19% over the same period last year, but net income decreased by 60%, reaching R$23.5 million.
The Braskem (BRKM5) Foot consolidated net loss To the shareholders of R$1.4 billion in Chapter IIIn contrast to the he won 7.4 billion Brazilian reals in the same period last year. The result is attributed to the deterioration of operating lines and heavy losses in foreign exchange rates.
The BRF (BRFS3) mentioned net loss unified from Continuous Operations 451 million Brazilian riyals in the second quarter. The result is 70.8% higher than the loss of R$199 million recorded in the same period last year.
The 3R Petroleum (RRRP3) ended the second quarter of the year with net income of R$32.1 million, down 40.8% from R$54.3 million reported in the same period in 2021.
a Sum . group (Total 3) recorded a growth of 60.7% in net income for the second quarter of the year compared to the same period in 2021, at R$118 million.
The Agro SLC (SLCE3) mentioned Net profit 485.6 million Brazilian riyals in the second quarter. The figure is 8.6% higher than the same period last year
The Lavvi Incorporadora (LAVV3)which focuses on the high-end segment, reported net income attributable to consoles of R$33.7 million in the second quarter of 2022. The result represents a 63% decrease compared to the same period last year.
insurance group South america (SULA11) made a net income of R$ 139.3 million in the second quarter, a jump from the positive performance of about R$ 30 million in the previous year, but the result was based on the impact of the rise expenses on the company’s financial results.
a Banresol (BRSR3) ended the second quarter with adjusted net income of R$228 million, which is a decrease of 19.2% compared to result in the second quarter of 2021 and an increase of 38.8% over the revised result for the first quarter.
The positive (3 . point of sale) more than doubled its revenue in the second quarter, with sales to governments and compprompting the electronics producer to raise estimates for 2022.
The over here (CEAB3) Its net income declined 97% in the second quarter compared to the same period last year. The amount reached between April and June 2022 was R$ 2.1 million, compared to R$ 69.2 million in 2021.
The Minerva (3 . beef) 424 million Brazilian riyals in the second quarter of 2022, an increase of 264% over the same period last year. Ebitda, which measures operating result, rose 42.8% to R$424.7 million.
Collection selling by pieces feed GPA (PCAR3) that it is conducting “preliminary” studies to separate Éxito’s South American business from the rest of the Brazilian company that owns Pão de sugar.
“Preliminary studies are being conducted to separate the GPA business from Éxito, with the goal of unlocking the value of Éxito,” the Brazilian company said in a physical fact.
*Collaborated with Diana Cheng, Yasmin Rao Paiva, Marcio Giliboni, Renan Dantas and Zica Ferreira, with information from Reuters
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