BRASILIA, Dec 9 (Reuters) – Shares in Brazil meatpacker
Marfrig fell 2% in early trading on Monday after the
company announced late on Friday a secondary share offering that
will allow state development bank BNDES to divest its 34% stake
in the company.
Marfrig shares fell to a one-week low of 10.87 reais,
underperforming the broader Bovespa market which was up 0.1%.
(Reporting by Jamie McGeever, editing by Louise Heavens)
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