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  • Aramco negotiates purchase of slice in the indiana refining business Reliance
    Dubai/NEW DELHI (Reuters)-State oil giant Saudi Aramco, the world's largest producer, is in talks to buy a minority share in the business of refining and petrochemicals of indiana Reliance Industries Ltd., said knowledgeable sources the subject on Wednesday. The local newspaper Times of India had published before that Aramco was in talks to buy up to 25% of the company, in
  • Purchase of Brazilian average falls 1.3% and stay away from resumption of retail for 2019
    The prospect of a return of consumer confidence in 2019, considered essential to economic recovery if fasten, follows far from happening. Still concerned with the future of the country, the Brazilian rationing at Wal-Mart, both with fewer items in the basket and number of times visiting retailers.
  • First Quarter Drop consumer Registers
    In January and February, there was a fall of 5.2% in the consumption of food, beverages, hygiene and cleaning products, as compared to the same period in 2018. According to a survey conducted by the consulting firm Kantar, was the first retraction for the period in five years and the first time since the beginning of the survey, that there was no indentation on purchases of all products baskets. The drop in the number of basic items purchased is related, according to the company, the increase in unemployment and inflation. The items that most contributed to the result are sugar, toilet paper, milk box, powder detergent and beer.
  • Samsung surpasses P&G and leads ranking of worldwide ad spending
    According to the ranking of the AdAge, traditional American publication that accompanies the communication sector, the Korean manufacturer has increased their spending in 13% from June to June 2017 2018, reaching $ $11.2 billion around the world. The amount of P&G was virtually unchanged, at $ $10.5 billion.
  • Educational purchase, sighting reports daily for R $194.8 million
    The Educational announced on Wednesday the purchase of the Centro Universitário do Norte (, sighting reports daily) for base price of R $194.8 million, which will be subtracted from the company's debt.
  • Petrobras will sell half the refineries from June
    Petrobras decided to sell starting in June of this year half the oil refineries. The refineries are in the South, Southeast and Northeast. Together, the 13 refineries of Petrobras had ability to refine 2.2 million barrels per day in 2018. Namely, the company's goal is to sell the refining capacity of 1.1 million barrels per day.
    

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