BRAZIL RUSSIA INDIA CHINA (BRIC) RESEARCH: DB RESEARCH

February 9, 2009 on 7:40 pm | In Brazil, China, Development, Economics, Financial, Germany, Globalization, India, Research, World-System | No Comments

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DB Research: BRIC outward FDI

the dragon will outpace the jaguar

the tiger and the bear‏

mailsystem.dbresearch@db.com

Mon 2/09/09

Dear reader,

We have just issued the following note which is available on our website under the heading “Talking point”:

BRIC (Brazil Russia India China) outward FDI – the dragon will outpace the jaguar, the tiger and the bear

Economic and financial commentary generally focuses on BRIC FX reserve accumulation. BRIC outward foreign direct investment typically attracts less attention. While BRIC FDI remains relatively small, their FDI potential is substantial. On account of its economic size, rapid economic growth, large external surpluses and the nature of political-strategic incentives, China has by far the largest outward FDI potential. It will be interesting to observe whether the current crisis will lead China to move closer to realizing its considerable potential….

Please find the complete text here:
http://www.dbresearch.com/PROD/DBR_INTERNET_EN-PROD/PROD0000000000237372.xhtml

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DB Research: BRIC outward FDI –the dragon will

outpace the jaguar, the tiger and the bear‏

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http://www.dbresearch.com/podcast_en

http://www.dbresearch.com/PROD/DBR_INTERNET_EN-PROD/PROD0000000000237372.xhtml

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Marketing
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Mon 2/09/09

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BRAZIL MARKETS: BCB

September 30, 2008 on 2:24 pm | In Brazil, Financial, Globalization, Latin America, Research | No Comments

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Focus – Market Readout – September 26, 2008

Brazil – Investor Relations Group gerin@bcb.gov.br

Mon, 29 Sep 2008

gerin@bcb.gov.br

The link to the weekly report is

Focus – Market Readout -  September 26, 2008.
I

nvestor Relations Group
Phone +55 (61) 3414-3980
Fax +55 (61) 3414-3749

E-mail: gerin@bcb.gov.br

Links:
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Other Reports from Gerin (Investor Relations Group)

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Focus – Market Readout – September 26, 2008

Brazil – Investor Relations Group gerin@bcb.gov.br

Mon, 29 Sep 2008

"WORKING PAPER SERIES": CENTRAL BANK OF BRAZIL

September 9, 2008 on 3:39 pm | In Brazil, Economics, Financial, Globalization, Research | No Comments

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Working Paper Series Central Bank of Brazil

Divulgando WPs 169 a 174‏

Banco Central do Brasil

Working Paper Series (workingpaper@bcb.gov.br)

workingpaper@bcb.gov.br

Tue 9/09/08

Prezados Membros da Lista:

Informamos que foram publicados recentemente na página da internet do Banco Central do Brasil os seguintes Trabalhos para Discussão:

174. Foreign Exchange Market Volatility Information: an investigation of real-dollar exchange rate de autoria de Frederico Pechir Gomes, Marcelo Yoshio Takami e Vinicius Ratton Brandi

173. Exchange Rate Dynamics and the Relationship between the Random Walk Hypothesis and Official Interventions de autoria de Eduardo José Araújo Lima e Benjamin Miranda Tabak

172. Combining Hodrick-Prescott Filtering with a Production Function Approach to Estimate Output Gap de autoria de Marta Areosa

171. Modelos para a Utilização das Operações de Redesconto pelos Bancos com Carteira Comercial no Brasil de autoria de Sérgio Mikio Koyama e Márcio Issao Nakane

170. Política de Fechamento de Bancos com Regulador Não-Benevolente: Resumo e Aplicação de autoria de Adriana Soares Sales

169. Mensuração do Risco Sistêmico no Setor Bancário com Variáveis Contábeis e Econômicas de autoria de Lucio Rodrigues Capelletto, Eliseu Martins e Luiz João Corrar

Atenciosamente,

Editoria

Working Paper Series

E-mail: workingpaper@bcb.gov.br

Working Paper Series

Divulgando WPs 169 a 174

Working Paper Series (workingpaper@bcb.gov.br)

Banco Central do Brasil

workingpaper@bcb.gov.br

Tue 9/09/08

BANK OF BRAZIL WORKING PAPERS

August 6, 2008 on 11:08 pm | In Brazil, Development, Economics, Financial, Globalization, Russia, Third World | No Comments

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Banco Central do Brasil

Publicação de Trabalhos para Discussão do

Banco Central‏

workingpaper@bcb.gov.br

Working Paper Series (workingpaper@bcb.gov.br)

Wed 8/06/08

Prezados Membros da Lista:

Informamos que foram publicados na página da internet do Banco Central do Brasil, em 2008,  os seguintes Trabalhos para Discussão:

168. An Integrated Model for Liquidity Management andShort-Term Asset Allocation in Commercial Banks de autoria de Wenersamy Ramos de Alcântara;

167. O Poder Discriminante das Operações de Crédito das Instituições Financeiras Brasileiras de autoria de Clodoaldo Aparecido Annibal;

166. Testing Hyperinflation Theories Using the Inflation Tax Curve: A Case Study de autoria de Fernando de Holanda Barbosa e Tito Nícias Teixeira da Silva Filho;

165. Avaliação de Opções de Troca e Opções de Spread Européias e Americanas  de autoria de Giuliano Carrozza Uzêda Iorio de Souza, Carlos Patrício Samanez e Gustavo Santos Raposo;

164. Foreign Banks’ Entry and Departure: The Recent Brazilian Experience (1996-2006) de autoria de Pedro Fachada;

163. Searching for the Natural Rate of Unemployment in a Large Relative Price Shocks’ Economy: the Brazilian Case de autoria de Tito Nícias Teixeira da Silva Filho;

162. Balance Sheet Effects in Currency Crises: Evidence from Brazil de autoria de Marcio M. Janot, Márcio G. P. Garcia e Walter Novaes;

161. Evaluating Value-at-Risk Models via Quantile Regressions de autoria de Wagner P. Gaglianone, Luiz Renato Lima e Oliver Linton;

160. The Incidence of Reserve Requirements in Brazil: Do Bank Stockholders Share the Burden? de autoria de Fabia A. de Carvalho e Cyntia F. Azevedo;

159. Behavior and Effects of Equity Foreign Investors on Emerging Markets de autoria de Barbara Alemanni e José Renato Haas Ornelas;

158. Characterizing the Brazilian Term Structure of Interest Rates de autoria de Osmani T. Guillen e Benjamin M. Tabak.

Atenciosamente,

Editoria

Working Paper Series

E-mail: workingpaper@bcb.gov.br

OBS:

Lembramos que mensagens para a lista devem ser enviadas para wpg@info.bcb.gov.br

A relação de todos os trabalhos publicados pode ser acessada em Trabalhos para Discussão.

Banco Central do Brasil

Publicação de Trabalhos para Discussão do Banco Central‏

workingpaper@bcb.gov.br

Working Paper Series (workingpaper@bcb.gov.br)

wpg@info.bcb.gov.br

Banco Central do Brasil

Wed 8/06/08

BRAZIL CAPITAL MARKETS: BOVESPA MARKET CAP US DOLLARS 1.6 TRILLION

June 10, 2008 on 1:40 am | In Brazil, Development, Economics, Financial, Globalization, Research, Third World, World-System | No Comments

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BOVESPA’s Monthly Bulletin

BOVESPA’s Monthly Bulletin: May

2008

“The market capitalization of BOVESPA’s listed companies amounted to USD 1.6 trillion in May”

Mon 6/09/08

For further information:
Please contact BOVESPA’s
International Relations Department
Phone: (55 11) 3233-2810
E-mail:
bovespanews@bovespa.com.br
www.bovespa.com.br/bovespanews

BOVESPA and the Brazilian Capital Market on the spot

June 9, 2008

Focus: Brazil received its second investment grade rating on May 29 and IBOVESPA marked its historical high at 73,516 points on May 20

International Investors

The net inflow of foreign investments in the Brazilian Stock Market accounted to USD 5.1 billion in May. This figure includes international investors’ purchases in the public offerings of the period, which amounted to USD 4.5 billion, as well as the net trading value at BOVESPA – which registered an inflow of USD 584.3 million, as of May 30, 2008.

In May, international investor’s total purchase at BOVESPA was USD 30.0 billion and their total sales amounted to USD 29.6 billion. This balance totalled a net inflow of USD 326.9 million.

The International Investor’s participation in public offerings represented 52.3% of the total value of offerings in 2008, which accounted to USD 8.5 billion- considering only the IPOs whose closure notices were published up to June 3rd 2008.

Complete data on international investors’ participation is available at BOVESPANEWS’ Homepage.

Trading Value and Number of Trades Statistics

In May, BOVESPA turned over USD 84.9 billion. The daily average was USD 4.2 billion, with 260,256 trades.

Investors’ Participation in the Monthly Trading Turnover

The monthly trading turnover was pushed by International Investors, which led 35% of the value traded.

Market Capitalization

The market capitalization of BOVESPA’s listed companies amounted to USD 1.6 trillion in May.

Novo Mercado and Levels of Corporate Governance

The 162 companies listed at Level 1, Level 2 and Novo Mercado, by the end of May, represented 59% of the total market capitalization, 67% of the trading value and 72% of BOVESPA’s number of trades in the cash market.

Copel joined Level 1 in May.

BOVESPA’s Indices

The Ibovespa benchmark closed May up 6,9% at 72,592 points. The IBrX-50 and the IBrX-100 ended the month marking a positive variation of 7.4% and 7.2%, respectively.

Cash, Options and Forward Markets Evolution

The Cash Market was responsible for 93% of the total value traded, followed by the Option (4%) and Forward Markets (3%).

Fixed Income Trading in BOVESPA

In May, the trading value of BOVESPA’s Fixed Income markets was USD 20 million.

Securities Lending Program

The Securities Lending Program of CBLC (BTC) registered a turnover of BRL 31.7 billion in May.

BTC is available for BOVESPA’s Fixed Income Market

Merger between BM&F and BOVESPA

Technical Report

Click here to check the complete information on BOVESPA’s Monthly Bulletin for May 2008 or browse http://www.bovespa.com.br/HomeEV/ExecutaAcaoNews.asp?ID=16&Ano=2008

BOVESPANEWS information contact please click here or browse: http://www.bovespa.com.br/Home/FaleConosco/FormCadastroBovNews.asp

BOVESPA’s Monthly Bulletin

BOVESPA’s Monthly Bulletin: May 2008

Mon 6/09/08

For further information:
Please contact BOVESPA’s
International Relations Department
Phone: (55 11) 3233-2810
E-mail:
bovespanews@bovespa.com.br
www.bovespa.com.br/bovespanews

Mon 6/09/08

BRAZIL'S EMERGENCE: DB RESEARCH

June 6, 2008 on 10:14 am | In Brazil, Development, Economics, Financial, Globalization, Research, Third World, World-System | No Comments

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Deutsche Bank Research

DB Research:

Long overdue investment grade rating

affirms Brazil’s increasing economic and

financial maturity

mailsystem.dbresearch@db.com

Fri 6/06/08

Dear reader,

We have just issued the following note which is available on our website under the heading “Talking point”:

Long overdue investment grade rating affirms Brazil’s increasing economic and financial maturity

Recent research has suggested that global investment banks may overestimate the potential and attractiveness of the BRIC countries. A study by a Swiss research institute showed that the EU and the UK remain much more attractive markets for German mid-cap companies than the BRICs. This finding is not at odds with our enthusiasm for the BRIC (and other emerging) markets. It is of course more difficult to operate in these markets and it is a mistake to equate economic size with market potential. It may be too difficult for mid-cap companies to take advantage of these opportunities in a cost-efficient way….

Please find the complete text here:
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Deutsche Bank Frankfurt am Main

Long overdue investment grade rating affirms

Brazil’s increasing economic and financial maturity

mailsystem.dbresearch@db.com

Deutsche Bank Research

Fri 6/06/08

BRAZIL ECONOMY

December 3, 2007 on 12:42 pm | In Brazil, Economics, Financial, Globalization, Research | No Comments

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Brazil – Investor Relations Group

Focus – Market Readout –

November 30, 2007

Mon, 03 Dec 2007

The link to the weekly report is

Focus – Market Readout – November 30, 2007.

gerin@bcb.gov.br

Investor Relations Group

Phone +55 (61) 3414-3980

Fax +55 (61) 3414-3749

E-mail: gerin@bcb.gov.br

Links:

Time Series of Market Expectations

Other Reports from Gerin

(Investor Relations Group)

gerin@bcb.gov.br

 

BRAZIL INVEST: NOVEMBER 6-9 2007

September 17, 2007 on 10:39 pm | In Brazil, Economics, Financial, Globalization, Latin America, Research | No Comments

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Save the Date – BEST Asia -

Singapore, Hong Kong and Tokyo

November 6-9 2007

Brazil: Excellence in Securities

Transactions (BEST)

Invest in Brazil

Bovespanews@bovespa.com.br

Monday, September 17, 2007

Save the Date – BEST Asia – Singapore, Hong Kong and Tokyo

BRAZIL ETHANOL

September 12, 2007 on 4:52 am | In Brazil, Economics, Financial, Globalization, Research, Science & Technology | No Comments

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Unica – the São Paulo Sugar Cane Agroindustry Union represents the sugar cane, sugar and alcohol business areas in the State of São Paulo, Brazil. Unica – São Paulo Sugarcane Agroindustry Union Avenida Brigadeiro Faria Lima 2179

9th floor

Cep 01452 000 São Paulo SP Brazil Phone 55

11 3812 2100 Fax 55 11 3812 1416

Email unica@unica.com.br

São Paulo, September 12, 2007

UNICA: PROFILE: INSTITUTION

Unica: São Paulo’s representative in the sugar

and alcohol industry

Unica – the São Paulo Sugar Cane Agroindustry Union represents the sugar cane, sugar and alcohol business areas in the State of São Paulo, Brazil.

There are three categories of associate industrial units:

the sugar and alcohol producers;

those that only produce alcohol; and

those that concentrate on sugar production.

As the successor to several sectorial organizations in São Paulo, Unica, created in 1997, enabled the combination of institutional work into a single entity, strengthening the dialogue with the government and society.

Recognized as a national reference center, Unica safeguards the statistical memory of Brazilian sugar cane, sugar and alcohol production. It keeps abreast of the progress achieved in the sector’s technological area and fights to open foreign markets for sugar and alcohol.

As the agency responsible for more than 60% of Brazilian production, it has a natural leadership position in the country that qualifies it to act as an intermediary with entities in the other producer States. More than 100 production units are Unica associates, including traditional sugar exporting groups.

Unica

the sugarcane agroindustry

STATISTICS

• Sugarcane Production – Brazil – 1990/2002

• Sugarcane Production – South Center

• Evolution of the Sugarcane Production – Brazil – 1994/2003

• Sugar Production – Brazil – 1990/2002

• Sugar Production – South Center

• Evolution of the Sugar Production – Brazil – 1994/2003

• Anhydrous Ethanol Production – Brazil – 1990/2002

• Evolution of the Anhydrous Ethanol Production – Brazil – 1994/2003

• Hydrated Ethanol Production – Brazil – 1990/2002

• Evolution of the Hydrated Ethanol Production – Brazil – 1993/2002

• Total Ethanol Production – Brazil – 1990/2002

• Ethanol Production – South Center

• Evolution of the Total Ethanol Production – Brazil – 1993/2002

• Vehicle Production – Brazil (1979/2002)

• Haverst Comparative – Sugarcane, Sugar and Ethanol

• Growth of Brazilian Sugar Exports – 1996/2001

• Growth of Brazilian Sugar Exports – 2001/2002

• Growth of Brazilian Sugar Exports – Year Harvest 1996/2002

• Sugar Exports – Consolidate Ports – 1996/2002

• Largest Sugar Exporters (in metric tons) – 1993/2001

• Monthly Average Prices Sugarcane, Standard Sugar and Anhydrous Ethanol – 1980/1997

• Brazilian Sugar Exports Ranking – 2000

• Brazilian Sugar Exports Ranking – 2001

• Destination of Brazilian Sugar Exports – 2001

• Destination of Brazilian Sugar Exports – 2002

World Market for Ethanol

Research:

deciphering the genome
the top of biotechnology
from plastics to herbicides
cells for the future
light from cane
SUGARCANE

Origins of the activity

As more than a basic element in Brazil’s development, sugarcane became an integral part of the Brazilian people’s imagination. In the kitchen, it is the source of many useful products; in industry, it collaborates in the production of healthier foodstuffs that are easier to preserve. It is the source of fuel alcohol, of electric energy. It can also be a raw material for paper, plastics and chemicals.

Sugarcane is versatile, so much so that it could be called: versatile sugarcane. Or, if we prefer, versatile sugar grass, since sugarcane belongs to the grass family, with a varied and complex potential that can still be greatly exploited. In less than 1% of Brazil’s suitable farming land, 4.5 million hectares of sugarcane is planted (twice the area of the State of Piauí). This raw material can be used to produce natural, clean and renewable energy.

Sugarcane is in itself an enormously efficient production unit: every ton has an energy potential that is equivalent to 1.2 barrels of petroleum. Brazil is the largest world producer, followed by India and Australia. On average, 55% of Brazilian sugarcane is turned into alcohol and 45% into sugar. Sugarcane is grown in Brazil’s Central-South and North-Northeast regions, with two harvest periods. When planted for the first time, sugarcane takes between one year to one year and a half to be ready for harvesting and processing. This same plantation can be harvested up to five times, although significant investments must be made in each cycle to maintain productivity.

Sugarcane is the force behind the 307 existing ‘energy powerhouses’ in Brazil, 128 of which are in fueled by sugarcane grown on 2.35 million hectares of land. These are mills and distilleries that process biomass from sugarcane to feed an efficient chain: they produce sugar as a foodstuff, electric energy from bagasse burnt in their boilers, hydrated alcohol as a vehicle fuel and anhydrous alcohol to improve gasoline’s energy and environmental performance.

Unica – São Paulo Sugarcane Agroindustry

BOVESPA: STOCK MARKET BRAZIL

September 6, 2007 on 9:28 pm | In Brazil, Economics, Financial, Globalization, Latin America, Research | No Comments

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BOVESPA’s Monthly Bulletin

August 2007

September 6, 2007


Focus: USD 2.7 billion as daily

trading value average in August

  • International Investors

BOVESPA’s Monthly Bulletin: August 2007

Thursday, September 6, 2007

The net flow of foreign investments in the Brazilian Stock Market accounts to USD 14 billion in 2007. This figure includes the international investors’ purchases in the public offerings of the period, which amounted to USD 16.1 billion, and the investors’ net trading value at Bovespa, which registered an outflow of USD 2.1 billion, as of August 2007.

In August, international investor’s total purchase at Bovespa was USD 20.5 billion and their total sales were USD 20.8 billion, totaling a net outflow of USD 344 million.

Complete data on international investors’ participation is available at BOVESPANEWS Homepage.

The International Investor’s participation in public offerings in 2007 was 74.5%, representing USD 16.1 billion, number which includes IPOs with distribution and closure notice published up to September 3rd.

  • Trading Value and Number of Trades Statistics

In August, BOVESPA turned over USD 62.6 billion. The daily average was USD 2.7 billion, with 165,128 trades.

  • Investors’ Participation in the Monthly Trading Turnover

The monthly trading turnover was pushed by International Investors, which led 33.05% of the value traded.

  • Market Capitalization

The market capitalization of BOVESPA’s listed companies amounted to USD 1.1 trillion in August.

  • Novo Mercado and Levels of Corporate Governance

The 139 companies which by the end of August were listed at BOVESPA’s special levels of corporate governance represented 55.6% of the total market capitalization, 66.1% of the trading value and 72.1% of BOVESPA’s number of trades in the cash market.

In August, Consan Ltd. issued its Brazilian Depositary Receipts (BDRs) in BOVESPA, raising USD 134.8 million.

  • Cash, Options and Forward Markets Evolution

The Cash Market was responsible for 93.7% of the total value traded, followed by the Options (3.1%) and Forward Markets (3.2%).

  • BOVESPA’s Indices Performance in August

The IBOVESPA benchmark closed August up 0.8% at 54,637 points. The IBrX-50 and the IBrX-100 ended the month marking a positive variation of 0.9% and 1.2%, respectively.
From January to August, the IBOVESPA performed 22.8% in nominal terms.

  • Fixed Income Instruments Trading in BOVESPA

In August, the trading value of BOVESPA´s Fixed Income markets was USD 18.2 million.


If you can not access the BOVESPANEWS shortcut,

please browse www.bovespa.com.br/english

For further Information:
Please contact BOVESPA’s
Development and International Relations Advisory
Phone: (55 11) 3233-2810
E-mail: bovespanews@bovespa.com.br

BOVESPA’s Monthly Bulletin: August 2007

Bovespanews@bovespa.com.br

Thursday, September 6, 2007

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