Carrefour Brasil, healthcare firms poised to enter Brazil’s Bovespa

Retailer Carrefour Brasil and healthcare companies Hapvida Participacoes e Investimentos and Sul America may enter Brazil’s Bovespa equities index in 2020, the bourse said on Monday. B3, the operator of the Sao Paulo stock exchange, updates the constituents of the Bovespa every four months, with companies entering the index generally getting a bump in liquidity. Reuters reports.  Photo credit: Mike Knell/Flickr   Goldman Sachs gives $125-million credit line to MercadoLibre unit   Goldman Sachs has given a $125-million credit line to Mercado Crédito, a unit in Mexico of retail giant MercadoLibre, aimed at boosting credits for entrepreneurs. “We are excited to announce this credit line from Goldman Sachs, which helps us continue to democratize financial services, and increases our possibilities […]

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