Petrobras is under new management. Among the changes he wants to promote, Jean Paul Prates wants the creation of a fund to avoid constant transfers of international oil prices to the Brazilian consumer.
The state-owned investment plans should also change. On the stock exchange, since the beginning of the new government, Petrobras’ shares fluctuate a lot and detach from the performance of other oil companies.
Experts warn about the fiscal cost of creating this stabilizing fund and uncertainties about political interference in the company. Given this scenario, is it a good time to invest in Petrobras shares or is it better to choose other companies in the sector?
In The Great Debate-Investments this Monday (6), on the one hand, Leandro Petrokas, partner and director of Quantzed, who argues that this is a good time to buy shares in the state-owned company. On the other, Bruce Barbosa, founding partner of Nord Research, who prefers to get rid of and sell Petrobras shares.
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*Published by Ana Carolina Nunes and produced by Letícia Brito
Source: CNN Brasil
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