|Bid||9.74 x 45100|
|Ask||9.80 x 47300|
|Day's Range||9.61 - 9.84|
|52 Week Range||5.51 - 11.89|
|Beta (5Y Monthly)||1.54|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||49.05|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||0.39 (4.69%)|
|Ex-Dividend Date||Apr 15, 2021|
|1y Target Est||11.50|
Today, we have with us Claudio Mastella, Chief Trading and Logistics Officer; Fernando Borges, Chief Exploration and Production Officer; Joao Henrique Rittershaussen, Chief Production Development Officer; Marcelo Zenkner, Chief Governance and Compliance Officer; Nicolas Simone, Chief Digital Transformation and Innovation Officer; Roberto Ardenghy, Chief Institutional Relations and Sustainability Officer; Rodrigo Araujo Alves, Chief Financial and Investor Relations Officer; Rodrigo Costa Lima e Silva, Chief Refining and Natural Gas Officer. The presentation will be available throughout the webcast on our company's website.
Brazil's Petrobras will keep its fuel pricing policy unchanged, the company's new head of trading and logistics said on Friday, though prices will not be adjusted with the same frequency as during some past periods. President Jair Bolsonaro fired Petroleo Brasileiro SA's previous CEO Roberto Castello Branco in February amid a dispute over domestic fuel prices, triggering a management shake-up. Logistics head Claudio Mastella said prices would be kept in line with the international market, with daily monitoring but without a pre-established periodicity for adjustments.
The new executive board of Brazil's Petrobras signaled on Thursday that it would largely follow plans set out by the previous administration, statements likely to ease investor concerns about the firm's tumultuous start to 2021. Chief Financial Officer Rodrigo Araujo said Petrobras intended to follow the company's 2021 to 2025 strategic plan, which calls for significant debt reduction and a sharp focus on deepwater production assets. Joaquim Silva e Luna, a former army general who was made chief executive in April, said in written comments provided alongside the state-run oil company's first-quarter results that the producer would focus on areas "where we are recognized as world leaders."