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|Day's Range||1.0317 - 1.0317|
|52 Week Range||1.0317 - 1.0317|
|Beta (5Y Monthly)||1.25|
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Manufacturers in Brazil like Marcopolo SA and Randon are trying to show they can safely operate their factories at reduced capacity, dodging the coronavirus-induced shutdowns that have hit the mining and food processing sectors. Aside from iron ore miner Vale SA, which was forced just last week to shut down one of its major complexes after an outbreak there, meatpackers JBS SA and BRF SA have also recently been forced by Brazilian judges to shutter their plants. Coronavirus outbreaks had affected their workers while running operations at full steam.
Brazilian lender Banco Bradesco SA said on Friday it had started to test branch employees for COVID-19, the first part of a program planned for almost all of its nearly 100,000 employees. Bradesco, the second largest private-sector Brazilian lender, said the first tests had been carried out on about 100 employees of branches in São Paulo and Rio de Janeiro. "This mapping will allow us to contribute to our national effort to flatten the disease spread curve," Bradesco Chief Executive Octavio de Lazari said in a statement.