Cielo SA
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Based in Brazil
Company profile

Cielo SA, formerly Companhia Brasileira de Meios de Pagamento, is a Brazil-based company that provides services related to credit cards and other payment methods. The Company's activities are divided into two business segments: Capturing and processing of transactions, which acquires and processes credit and debit card transactions and other means of payment, as well as offers accreditation of merchants and related services, and Management of payment accounts, which manages transactions related to credit and debit card usage. In addition, the Company offers rental, installation and maintenance of point of sale (POS) terminals and recharge of prepaid phones through POS, among others. It provides services to various credit and debit card issuers, such as Visa, MasterCard, American Express and Elo. The Company operates through a number of subsidiaries, including Servinet Servicos Ltda, Cielo USA Inc and Multidisplay Comercio e Servicos Tecnologicos SA, among others.

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Today's volume of 974,180 shares is on pace to be much greater than CIOXY's 10-day average volume of 957,758 shares.


UPDATE: Amazon 'out-of-stocks' rise and deliveries taking longer due to coronavirus-related demand

9:33 am ET March 17, 2020 (MarketWatch)

By Tonya Garcia, MarketWatch

A number of traditional retailers, including Nike, Lululemon and Under Armour have announced store closures Inc. says shoppers should expect more "out-of-stocks" on household staples and longer delivery times due to heightened demand during the coronavirus outbreak.

The company warns that some deliveries will exceed the usual Prime member promise of one-day delivery.

For those customers concerned about social distancing during delivery, Amazon (AMZN) says customers can ask for an "unattended delivery" for all items ordered on Prime Now, Whole Foods Market and Amazon Fresh, except alcohol.

Amazon is experiencing what many traditional retailers have been trying to manage in bricks-and-mortar stores: high demand for coronavirus-related items including disinfecting wipes, hand sanitizer and paper towels.

See:Walmart cuts store hours until further notice in response to coronavirus epidemic (

Amazon also says it's taking action against price gouging, removing offers that violate its policies.

And in its stores, there are additional measures to clean and sanitize various surfaces.

The pandemic has prompted a number of retailers, from Starbucks Corp. (SBUX) to Target Corp. (TGT) and Walmart Inc. (WMT) , to take increased cleaning measures, put limits on the amount of certain items individual shoppers can purchase and close locations or reduce hours out of heightened caution.

Nike Inc. (NKE) , Lululemon Athletica Inc ( and Under Armour Inc ( (UAA) are among the brands that have closed stores in North America and other regions.

Amazon has canceled fulfillment center tours, large events and is doing virtual interviews in place of face-to-face meetings.

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Amazon workers have been instructed to work from home if possible. Those who cannot are still eligible for their usual paid and unpaid time-off benefits. Anyone testing positive for Covid-19 will receive up to two weeks pay while in quarantine and unlimited unpaid time off for hourly employees through the end of March.

The Amazon Relief Fund, launched with a $25 million contribution, will help seasonal workers, drivers and others in financial distress. Applicants can apply for grants starting at $400 and reaching up to $5,000.

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The Neighborhood Small Business Relief Fund has also been launched with $5 million to help small businesses that are struggling during the outbreak. The company has also donated $1 million to the Seattle Foundation fund, which helps nonprofits and community members. Locally, the company says it's also donating gift cards and other resources like baby items.

Amazon is also making access to sponsored content on its Amazon Future Engineer program available to kids from the 6th through 12th grades as schools are disrupted nationwide. Content focuses on computer science topics.

Amazon stock is up nearly 3% over the past year. The S&P 500 index as fallen 13.3% for the last 12 months.

-Tonya Garcia; 415-439-6400;

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March 17, 2020 09:33 ET (13:33 GMT)

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