July 16- Reinsurer Axis Capital Holdings Ltd sweetened its offer for rival PartnerRe Ltd as it looks to fend off a competing bid from Italy's Exor SpA. The companies said on Thursday that Axis would raise the special dividend component of the offer to $17.50 per share from $11.50 and match Exor's exchange offer for PartnerRe's preferred shareholders.» Read More
RIO DE JANEIRO, April 27- Telefonica Brasil SA said on Monday its board had approved a share offering priced at 47 reais for preferred shares and 38.47 reais for commons shares, as the company raises funds to buy broadband provider GVT.
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