Wall Street Will Not Be Kind To Brazil

Dilma Rousseff has won another term as Brazil's president. President Rousseff garnered 51.45% of votes cast. Despite allegations of corruption at the highest levels of her administration — especially regarding the massive state oil firm Petrobras — the incumbent will have another four years to right Brazil's ship after a close campaign against center-right candidate Aecio Neves. It will not be easy. Wall Street knows that. As a result, the markets may punish Brazil's markets Monday morning. 


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