Banco do Brasil SA

BBAS3.SA

$5.33

Closing

▼-0.79%

1D

▲2.21%

YTD

Market cap

$30.52B

52 week high

$5.65

52 week low

$3.64

Volume

18,308,900

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Market cap

$30.52B

Analysts' Rating

BUY

Price Target (Mean)

0.00

Total Analysts

6

P/E

2.35

Operating Margin

0.00%

Beta

1.04

Revenue Growth (Annual)

-

52 week high

$5.65

52 week low

$3.64

Div. Yield

7.53%

EPS Annual Growth

3.05

Note on Purification and Zakat

  • Purification and Zakat (for long-term investing) calculations are in USD per share and based on AAOIFI methodology. AAOIFI requires purification every financial period (e.g. quarterly). 
  • If you follow S&P Shariah’s Dividend-only purification, then remove the impure income % from the dividends you receive. No purification required for non-dividend paying stocks, according to S&P Shariah.
  • For Zakat, if you did not invest in a company from a long term perspective, then consider the shares as trading goods and give 2.5% of the total value if a year has passed on them. 

Company Profile

Banco do Brasil SA is a Brazil-based financial institution (the Bank) primarily engaged in the banking sector. The Bank’s activities are divided into five business segments: Banking, which offers deposits, loans and other banking services in the retail, corporate, wholesale and public sectors; Investments, which focuses on the structuring and distribution of debt and equity instruments in Brazilian primary and secondary capital markets; Fund management, which is mainly responsible for the purchase, sale and custody of securities, as well as portfolio management; Insurance, which provides products and services related to life, property and automobile insurance, private pension and capitalization plans, and Electronic payments, which includes services related to administration of credit and debit cards, such as capture, transmission, processing and financial settlement. The Bank operates through numerous subsidiaries in the domestic and international market.