BTG Opens First Day of Trading in Sao Paulo

April 26 (Bloomberg) -- Members of Banco BTG Pactual SA's board of directors, the Brazilian bank led by billionaire Andre Esteves, ring the opening bell at the Sao Paulo Stock Exchange. The bank climbed in the first day of trading in Sao Paulo after raising as much as 3.66 billion reais ($1.94 billion) in the biggest initial public offering for an investment bank in two years. (Source: Bloomberg)
Swapping Stocks for Sauces: An Ex-Trader's Story
08:09 - Business and restaurants often go hand in hand. Now one former banker plans to serve the business community again, only this time with spicy dishes and sauces filled with memories of India. Bloomberg went along to find out more.
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