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SAO PAULO, Oct 18 (Reuters) - Shares of Brazilian state-controlled lender Banco do Brasil SA were up more than 2% on Friday after the bank said it had raised 5.836 billion reais ($1.39 billion) in a secondary share offering.
Earlier on Friday, Banco do Brasil said in a securities filing that it had priced its secondary offering of 132.5 million shares at 44.05 reais, confirming a Reuters' report late Thursday.
Banco do Brasil's common shares were trading up 2.3% at 45.93 reais around noon (1500 GMT), posting the second best performance in the Sao Paulo stock exchange main index, which was up 0.07%.
$1 = 4.1608 reais Reporting by Gabriela Mello; Editing by Mark Potter and Tom Brown