Brazilian Stock Market Soars As Dilma To Face NevesMani
U.S.-listed shares of Brazilian companies rose in premarket trading Monday as it became clear the incumbent Dilma Rousseff will face pro-business rival Aecio Neves in a second-round vote in Brazil’s most unpredictable presidential election since the nation’s return to democracy nearly three decades ago.
The runoff is set to take place on October 26.
Brazilian stock market: Neves’ surge
As reported, last . . .
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