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BR listed security
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BR headquartered
Headquartered in Rio de Janeiro, State of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Oi SA em Recuperacao Judicial
R$2.22
OIBR3
As of Dec 4, 9:50:28 PM GMT-3 · BRL · BVMF · Disclaimer

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Financial performance
(BRL)Q3 2020Year/year change
Revenue
4.71B-5.90%
Net income
-2.64B54.09%
Diluted EPS-0.4454.64%
Net profit margin-56.06%51.21%
Operating income-256.37M91.99%
Net change in cash-387.54M64.19%
Cash on hand5.46B83.42%
Cost of revenue3.64B-4.83%

About

Oi, formerly known as Telemar, is the largest fixed telephone operator and the fourth mobile telephone operator in Brazil, being the third largest telecommunication company in Latin America. It is headquartered in Rio de Janeiro. Oi's major subsidiaries include Telemar and Brasil Telecom. In 2013, Oi announced its merger with Portugal Telecom, the largest telecommunication company in Portugal, in order to strengthen the Brazilian firm and simplify its ownership structure. In June 2015 Portugal Telecom was acquired by Altice Group. On June 20, 2016, Oi filed for a US$19 billion bankruptcy protection, the largest on record for Brazil. In March 2017, Oi had 63 million revenue generating units, including 40 million for personal mobile service, 16.3 million for landline, 6.5 million for B2B. Nowadays, it has 2 million hotspots to Oi WIFI network around Brazil. In March 2019, Oi reported a fourth-quarter net loss of 3.359 billion reais, widening 66 percent from its year-earlier loss. Total revenue fell 7.9 percent. Wikipedia
Founded
May 22, 1998
Website
Employees
15,003

Key stats

Previous close
The last closing price
R$2.22
Day range
The difference between the high and low prices over the past day
R$2.15 - R$2.22
Year range
The difference between the high and low prices over the past 52 weeks
R$0.43 - R$2.25
Market cap
A valuation method that multiplies the price of a company's stock by the total number of outstanding shares.
13.30B BRL
Volume
The average number of shares traded each day over the past 30 days
123.48M
P/E ratio
The ratio of current share price to trailing twelve month EPS that signals if the price is high or low compared to other stocks
-
Dividend yield
The ratio of annual dividend to current share price that estimates the dividend return of a stock
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CDP Climate Change Score
A score provided by CDP (formerly the Carbon Disclosure Project) that rates a company on its climate transparency and performance

About

Oi, formerly known as Telemar, is the largest fixed telephone operator and the fourth mobile telephone operator in Brazil, being the third largest telecommunication company in Latin America. It is headquartered in Rio de Janeiro. Oi's major subsidiaries include Telemar and Brasil Telecom. In 2013, Oi announced its merger with Portugal Telecom, the largest telecommunication company in Portugal, in order to strengthen the Brazilian firm and simplify its ownership structure. In June 2015 Portugal Telecom was acquired by Altice Group. On June 20, 2016, Oi filed for a US$19 billion bankruptcy protection, the largest on record for Brazil. In March 2017, Oi had 63 million revenue generating units, including 40 million for personal mobile service, 16.3 million for landline, 6.5 million for B2B. Nowadays, it has 2 million hotspots to Oi WIFI network around Brazil. In March 2019, Oi reported a fourth-quarter net loss of 3.359 billion reais, widening 66 percent from its year-earlier loss. Total revenue fell 7.9 percent. Wikipedia
Founded
May 22, 1998
Website
Employees
15,003

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