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About Cosan

Cosan (BVMF: CSAN3) operates as a bioenergy company that invests in diversified industries including agribusiness, fuel and natural gas distribution, and lubricants. The company distributes lubricants, fuel oil, and piped natural gas, and produces cane sugar and ethanol. It was founded in 1936 and is based in Sau Paulo, Brazil.

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Av. Brigadeiro Faria Lima 4.100 / 15th floor Itaim Bibi

Sao Paulo, 04538,


55 11 38979797



Latest Cosan News

Favorite stock for February, Jalles (JALL3) balance sheet and soybeans in Chicago; highlights from Agro Times

Feb 18, 2024

Favorite stock for February, Jalles (JALL3) balance sheet and soybeans in Chicago; highlights from Agro Times Check out Santander’s preview for Minerva, the favorite share among 25 analysts and the Brazil and Egypt meat agreement (Image: Reuters/Amanda Perobelli) The third week of February had different highlights for the sector agriculture, such as the pre-listing agreement between Brazil and Egypt, which should facilitate meat exports between the countries. Furthermore, global raw sugar prices are expected to increase by 20% this year. Furthermore, XP Investimentos saw positive numbers for Jalles Machado (JALL3) in 3Q24, after the company reported its results, even though it came in below its projections. See what the Agro Times separated from key themes you may have missed. Check it out below: 5th place – BrasilAgro (AGRO3): Rio de Janeiro manager increases stake in the company; check out (Image: LinkedIn/BrasilAgro) Through a statement published at the Securities and Exchange Commission (CVM), the BrasilAgro (AGRO3), one of the main dividend payers in the agro sectorannounced that the Charles River Capitalmanager from Rio de Janeiro, increased its stake in the company. Therefore, on Thursday (15), the sum of common shares issued by BrasilAgro held by the group of funds managed by Charles River Capital reached the amount of 10,281,388 shares, equivalent to 10.01% of common shares issued by the company. 4th place – BBA raises target price and recommendation for action one month after 4Q23 results; paper jumps almost 6% (Photo: Disclosure) O Itaú BBA raised its recommendation for the Good Harvest (SOY3) from neutral (market performance) to purchase (outperform) after meeting with Marino Colpo, CEO of the company, just over a month before the 4Q23 results, on March 21st. In Boa Safra’s strategic vision for growth in the coming years, there are four main pillars. Top 3 in agriculture 🥉 3rd place – Action that could jump 60%, beating JBS (JBSS3) and Suzano (SUZB3); the agricultural favorites among 25 analysts for February (Image: REUTERS/Amanda Perobelli) As usual, the Agro Times selected the main actions of the agribusiness recommended for the month. Estapar has record net revenue: Is it time to buy ALPK3? Check out the recommendation from analyst Ruy Virgínia, from Empiricus Research in this Friday’s Market Giro (16), just click here: According to the exclusive survey of the Agro Timesbased on 25 recommended portfolios released for February, the Cosan (CSAN3) is the favorite stock among analysts. 🥈 2nd place – Minerva (BEEF3): Weaker export prices should weigh on 4Q23, sees Santander (Photo: Minerva Foods) On March 6, Minerva (BEEF3) releases its results for the fourth quarter of 2023 (4Q23). In Santander’s view, the expectation is that results will fall short of market expectations. The bank’s projection for Ebitda, of R$724 million, is 9% below the VisibleAlpha consensus. 🥇 1st place – Soybeans under $11 in Chicago? Commodity drops almost 10% in 2024 and could test new ‘rock bottom’ (Photo: Pixabay) The contract of soy accumulates a devaluation of 9.73% on the Chicago Stock Exchange (CBOT), with no signs of a positive reaction in the short term. In January, the oilseed fell 5.6%, while in the month of February it reached 4.33%. At around 3:18 pm, the grain futures contract due in May fell 1.13%, to US$ 11.78. Among the main factors influencing the drop, there is the configuration of a greater global supply of soybeans in 2024, with emphasis on the level of South American production and with the market keeping an eye on the two main producers in South America, Brazil and Argentina. Source: Moneytimes

Cosan Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

  • When was Cosan founded?

    Cosan was founded in 1936.

  • Where is Cosan's headquarters?

    Cosan's headquarters is located at Av. Brigadeiro Faria Lima, Sao Paulo.

  • What is Cosan's latest funding round?

    Cosan's latest funding round is Corporate Minority - P2P - II.

  • Who are the investors of Cosan?

    Investors of Cosan include Itau Unibanco and Banco Bradesco.

  • Who are Cosan's competitors?

    Competitors of Cosan include Raizen.


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