SAO PAULO, Jan 16- Movida Participações SA has set the price range for an initial public offering at between 8.90 and 11.30 reais per share in a deal that could help the Brazilian car rental firm and a shareholder fetch as much as 1.184 billion reais from investors. Growing appetite for risk among local investors and hopes that President Michel Temer will...
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Nov 8- Hertz Global Holding Inc lost more than half its market value on Tuesday, after the U.S. car rental company slashed its full-year profit forecast as it wrote down the value of its compact cars amid a slowdown in demand. Hertz, facing stiff competition from the likes of Uber, has been gradually reducing the size of its big fleet, which it operates under brands...
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The company, which operates its fleet under brands such as Hertz, Dollar and Thrifty, forecast adjusted profit of 51 cents- 88 cents per share for the year, compared with its earlier estimate of $2.75- $3.50 per share. Revenue from the company's U.S. car rental business, which is also its biggest, fell 1.9 percent to $1.71 billion for the third quarter ended Sept. 30.
The struggling Google-backed fitness service discontinues its most popular membership option.
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