The bank is being pulled down by Brazil. Its dividend is probably fine, but the share price isn't going anywhere.
The athletic footwear company seems poised to see continued margin expansion and the return of profitability.
Industry output will be lower than expected as rival Vale abandons plans for a huge mine in Argentina.
No debt, low production costs and high growth make this a top play in gold mining.
One lost more than 5% on the news, but it's still well placed to compete.
China's slowdown is hurting Brazil's exports, and that is causing problems for a cyclical like Gerdau.
This exporter's stock responds with great volatility to changes in macro-economic sentiment.
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