Stocks listed in Brazil

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Ultra (UGPA3)

Industry: Conglomerate
Market Cap: R$ 22.79 Billion

Ultra, publicly traded on São Paulo’s stock exchange as Ultrapar, is a conglomerate company. Founded in 1937, Ultra is engaged through its subsidiaries Ipiranga and Ultragaz in fuel distribution, in chemicals production through Oxiteno, in liquid storage through Ultracargo, and in pharmacies through Extrafarma.

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Companhia Siderurgica Nacional (CSNA3)

Industry: Siderurgy & Metallurgy
Market Cap: R$ 23.69 Billion

Companhia Siderúrgica Nacional, also known through the acronym CSN, is a steel-making company. One of the largest fully integrated steel producer in Brazil and South America, CSN produces a wide array of steel products used in distribution, packaging, automotive, home appliance and construction industries, including slabs, hot- and cold-rolled, galvanized and tin mill products.

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Industry: Energy
Market Cap: R$ 23.73 Billion

CEMIG is a company engaged in power generation and distribution and majority-owned by the Brazilian state of Minas Gerais. It primarily operates hydroelectric power plants with about 6,000 MW of generation capacity in Brazil and Chile. Through its subsidiaries, CEMIG is also involved in cable television, internet, and telecommunications, with Infovias, in natural gas with Gasmig.

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Natura & Co (NATU3)

Industry: Cosmetics
Market Cap: R$ 23.88 Billion

Natura & Co is a cosmetics company. Present in more than 70 countries, Natura & Co operates more than 3.200 stores providing a range of eco-friendly products and sustainable practices through brands including Natura Cosméticos, Aesop and The Body Shop. It also conducts direct sales and multilevel marketing, connecting more than 6 million resellers around the world.

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Gerdau (GGBR4)

Industry: Siderurgy & Metallurgy
Market Cap: R$ 23.90 Billion

Gerdau is a steel-producing company. Providing a wide range of steel products, Gerdau is the largest producer of long steel in Latin America. It operates steel mills in Brazil, Argentina, Canada, Chile, Colombia, Dominican Republic, Guatemala, India, Mexico, Peru, United States, Uruguay and Venezuela, and more than 300 industrial and commercial units.

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Industry: Retail
Market Cap: R$ 24.93 Billion

Companhia Brasileira de Distribuição, doing business as GPA (acronym of the company’s former name, Grupo Pão de Açúcar), is a retail company. It operates more than 150 supermarkets, hypermarkets, department stores, and e-commerce platforms, selling a wide range of products, including food and hygiene products, electronic goods and home appliances. GPA is majority-owned by the French conglomerate retail group Casino.

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Lojas Americanas (LAME4)

Industry: Retail
Market Cap: R$ 25.44 Billion

Lojas Americanas is a retail company. Founded in 1929, it operates about 1500 stores, local convenience stores, supermarkets, and hypermarkets, selling consumer and media electronics, home appliances and furniture, beauty products, and toys. It is also one of the leading operators of e-commerce websites in Brazil.

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Industry: Food
Market Cap: R$ 27.26 Billion

BRF S.A. is a world-leading food company. Producing a wide range of food products ranging from frozen meals, frozen poultry and swine cuts, to pizzas, cold cuts and breaded meals, BRF owns 50 more than factories in eight countries and operates more than 30 brands around the world including Sadia, Perdigão, Perdix, Qualy, Paty, Danica, Bocatti, Speedy Pollo and Vienissima.

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TIM Brasil (TIMP3)

Industry: Telecommunications
Market Cap: R$ 29.29 Billion

TIM Celular S.A., better known as TIM Brazil, is a telecommunications company, majority-owned by Telecom Italia. It provides broadband internet services as well as mobile and fixed telephony services for individuals and businesses throughout Brazil.

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Braskem (BRKM5)

Industry: Petrochemicals
Market Cap: R$ 29.30 Billion

Braskem is the largest petrochemical company in Latin America and one of the largest in the world. It is a leading producer of thermoplastic resins and biopolymers, operating more than 30 industrial plants across Brazil, the United States, Mexico, and Germany.

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Industry: Transport
Market Cap: R$ 30.40 Billion

CCR S.A., an acronym for its former name Companhia de Concessões Rodoviárias, is a transportation company. Through its subsidiaries, CCR is involved in private interstate highway and toll concessions, airport operations, and metro systems with services in administrative centers, logistics and engineering, traffic control and monitoring, and electronic toll-charging.

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Localiza (RENT3)

Industry: Car rental
Market Cap: R$ 30.52 Billion

Localiza, also known as Localiza Hertz, is a car rental company. One of the largest car rental company in Latin America and the world by fleet size and market capitalization, Localiza operates more than 550 branches in Brazil and many more in other countries of Latin America; Argentina, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, Paraguay and Uruguay. It also operates associated services of car leasing and fleet management, and grants franchises for selling used cars.

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Rumo (RAIL3)

Industry: Logistics
Market Cap: R$ 33.50 Billion

Rumo S.A. is a logistics and transportation company. Operating primarily in railway transports logistics, Rumo also provides logistics transportation services including intermodal transport, port operations, movement and storage of merchandise and administration of storage facilities. It is also involved in the lease of railroad equipment and road transport services through its subsidiary América Latina Logística Intermodal S.A.

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Sabesp (SBSP3)

Industry: Utilities
Market Cap: R$ 35.45 Billion

Sabesp is a water and waste management company, majority-owned by the São Paulo state. It provides water sanitation and distribution services as well as sewage services to residential, commercial and industrial users in the São Paulo state. Sabesp aims at developing its footprint in the São Paulo state and other states of Brazil, and it has engaged in cooperations in Spain, Israel, and Costa Rica.

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CPFL Energia (CPFE3)

Industry: Energy
Market Cap: R$ 36.30 Billion

CPFL Energia is an energy company engaged in electricity generation and distribution. It is composed of multiple subsidiaries that focus on a specific geographic or vertical segment in the generation, distribution, and commercialization of electric and renewable energy, together with associated value-added services.

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Lojas Renner (LREN3)

Industry: Retail
Market Cap: R$ 37.74 Billion

Lojas Renner is a retail chain of clothing department stores. Founded in 1912, Lojas Renner regroups more than 500 stores across Brazil under the Renner, Camicado, and Youcom brands. The company has also opened stores in Uruguay and is now expanding to Argentina.

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ENGIE Brasil (EGIE3)

Industry: Energy
Market Cap: R$ 37.94 Billion

ENGIE Brasil is a company specialized in the production and distribution of electricity. Operating 6 hydroelectric power plants and 5 thermal power plants, it is one of the largest power generating company in Brazil. ENGIE Brazil is majority-owned by the French energy company ENGIE.

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WEG Industries (WEGE3)

Industry: Engineering
Market Cap: R$ 48.46 Billion

WEG is a company specialized in electric engineering, power and automation technology. It manufactures and distributes electric motors, generators, electric components, products for industrial automation, power and distribution transformers, liquid and powder paints and electrical insulation varnishes.

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Eletrobras (ELET3-ELET6)

Industry: Energy
Market Cap: R$ 52.51 Billion

Eletrobras, shorten from Centrais Elétricas Brasileiras S.A., is an electric utility company. Majority-owned by the Brazilian government, Electrobras is the largest power utility company in Latin America and a major producer of clean energy. Through a number of subsidiaries, Electrobras is generating about 40% and transmitting 69% of Brazil’s electric supply.

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Industry: Food
Market Cap: R$ 65.08 Billion

JBS S.A. is a meat processing company. It produces and distributes processed beef, chicken and pork, and also commercializes meat by-products. Operating more than 150 industrial plants around the world, JBS S.A. is the world’s largest meat producer.

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B3 (B3SA3)

Industry: Securities
Market Cap: R$ 81.75 Billion

B3, which stands for Brasil Bolsa Balcão S.A., is the main stock exchange of Brazil, located in São Paulo. Resulting from the merger of three former Brazilian stock exchanges, B3 now gathers more than R$2 trillion in market capitalization of quoted companies stocks.

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Telefonica Brasil (VIVT4)

Industry: Telecommunications
Market Cap: R$ 84.59 Billion

Telefônica Brasil is a telecommunications company, subsidiary of the Spanish telecommunications group, Telefónica. Trading in Brazil under the brand Vivo, Telefônica Brasil provides an array of services including internet access, cable and satellite television, fixed and mobile telecommunications.

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Itausa (ITSA4)

Industry: Holding
Market Cap: R$ 109.82 Billion

Itaúsa is a holding company controlling several companies including Itaú Unibanco, a multinational banking group (see below 2), Duratex, a company specialized in wood materials, Alpargatas, a company specialized in footwear and sports articles, as well as several other companies in real estate, healthcare, and chemicals.

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Banco do Brasil (BBAS3)

Industry: Financials
Market Cap: R$ 149.00 Billion

Banco do Brasil S.A. is the oldest active bank in Brazil, majority-owned by the Brazilian government. Founded in 1808, Banco do Brasil is the oldest active bank in Brazil. It is a national leader in retail banking, also involved in commercial banking, insurance, and private equity services for businesses and the public sector.

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Santander Brasil (SANB11)

Industry: Financials
Market Cap: R$ 173.83 Billion

Banco Santander Brasil is a Brazilian subsidiary of the Spanish banking corporation Santander Group. Operating in commercial banking and all the other segments of financial markets, Santander Brasil became one of the largest banking company in the country through a series of acquisitions of other financial institutions.

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Vale (VALE3)

Industry: Mining
Market Cap: R$ 273.79 Billion

Vale S.A. is a multinational involved in the exploration, mining, processing, and production of metals and a logistics operator. It is the largest producer of iron ore and nickel in the world, also producing manganese, ferroalloys, copper, bauxite, potash, kaolin, and cobalt. Vale is also operating 9 hydroelectric power plants, and a network of railroads, ships, and ports for the transportation of its products.

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AmBev (ABEV3)

Industry: Beverages
Market Cap: R$ 286.24 Billion

AmBev, officially Companhia de Bebidas das Américas, is a brewing and beverages company operating throughout Latin America and Canada, with beer brands including Antarctica, Bogotá Beer Company, Brahma, Bohemia, Skol, Stella Artois and soft drinks including Guaraná Antarctica, Soda Antarctica, Sukita, H2OH! and Guarah. It also bottles, sells and distributes products of PepsiCo, one of the largest companies quoted in the Nasdaq, in Brazil and Latin America. AmBev is majority-owned by the Belgian brewing holdings company Anheuser-Busch InBev.

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Banco Bradesco (BBDC3-BBDC4)

Industry: Financials
Market Cap: R$ 290.93 Billion

Banco Bradesco, or more simply Bradesco, is a banking and financial services company. It offers a range of commercial and retail banking services, together with insurance and asset management services. Having expanded through numerous acquisitions, Bradesco is also a pioneer in technology, a leader in Brazil for ATM biometric reading systems that allows customers to be identified using the vascular pattern of their hands.

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Itau Unibanco (ITUB4)

Industry: Financials
Market Cap: R$ 330.10 Billion

Itaú Unibanco, or more simply Itaú, is the largest bank in Brazil and Latin American bank by assets and market capitalization. A subsidiary of Itaúsa (see above 8), Itaú Unibanco provides services in retail banking, insurance, and investment banking with operations in multiple countries of Latin and North America, Europe, Asia, and the Middle East.

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Petrobras (PETR3-PETR4)

Industry: Oil & Gas
Market Cap: R$ 392.21 Billion

Petróleo Brasileiro S.A., more commonly known as Petrobras, is multinational corporation involved in the oil and gas industry, majority-owned by the Brazilian government. It is involved in the exploration, production, refining, transportation, marketing and distribution of oil products, ethanol, biodiesel, and natural gas, with the majority of its production in Brazil and other assets in Africa, North America, South America, Europe, and Asia.

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Brazil is home to many of the worlds largest publicly listed global businesses.

Exchanges: B3
Total Stocks Listed: 368
Total Market Cap: $938 Billion

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