Mariana d'Ávila (EN)

Mariana d'Ávila (EN)

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SEO Content Producer at Bloomberg Línea. Brazilian Journalist specialized in investments and personal finance. Former reporter at InfoMoney.
News in English

São Paulo’s Rental Market Recovers As Companies Return to Offices

After two years with negative net absorption, the Brazilian financial capital’s rental market recovers as tech companies expand their presence

Brazil News

Petrobras Hits $100B Market Value as Bolsonaro Rises in Polls Ahead of Brazil Runoff

The state oil company’s stock’s strong rise on Friday was fueled by perception of the possible reelection of incumbent candidate Jair Bolsonaro

News in English

Exclusive: Amazon Shelves Plans to Occupy São Paulo’s Iconic FL Plaza

The technology giant negotiated for two years to lease 215,000 square feet and be one of the largest tenants of the Faria Lima Plaza building, part of FII XP Properties’ portfolio

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Latin American Central Banks Seen Raising Interest Rates Further

A report by Brazilian investment firm XP says central banks should continue to raise interest rates in the face of persistent commodity price pressures, bottlenecks and overheated demand

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EXCLUSIVE: What Could Brazil’s Election Result Mean for its State-Owned Companies?

With less then a month to go before the elections, the theme was a hot topic at the Bloomberg Línea Summit in São Paulo on Wednesday

Startups

Brazilian Pop Star Anitta Takes Stake in Plant-Based Startup Future Farm

Brazil’s response to Kim Kardashian and Beyond Meat, Anitta is the newest partner in the Brazilian foodtech valued at 2.2 billion reais ($456 million)

News in English

Inflation In Latin America: Public Enemy No. 1 that’s Here for the Long Haul

Chain-reaction shocks and commodity price hikes will continue to contribute to inflationary pressure across the region, according to an XP report shared exclusively with Bloomberg Línea

News in English

Inflation Forces Almost 90% of Brazilians to Modify Lifestyle, Survey Reveals

In 2021 the consumer price index rose 10.06%, above the target ceiling and market expectations

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