By buying local competitor BBA Creditanstalt, Brazil's
second-largest private sector bank substantially grows its assets
and gains the talent inside a well-run wholesale
The international financial markets have warmed to
Brazilian President-elect Lula's statement-like pronouncements. But he must impose unpopular austerity measures to keep investors satisfied.
Following an overwhelming victory, Brazil's President-elect Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva now must show investors he can control spending and inflation, and continue to pay the
Brazil's new securities regulator, Luiz Leonardo Cantidiano, intends to stamp out cheating and viligilantly monitor corporate reporting. But he also is playing the role as a promoter of the markets, convinced that they can be revived.
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"[While] it’s good to build more infrastructure and increase investment, you have to be conscious about the macro effects of too big an increase in domestic demand, including of course public expenditure."
Julio Velarde, Peru central bank
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