Dilma Win Fails to Stir Brazil Markets

Dilma Win Fails to Stir Brazil Markets

Brazil Bonds Economy & Policy Corporate & Sovereign Strategy

With the markets largely having anticipated Dilma Rousseff’s victory, there was limited movement in assets following the Brazilian presidential election Sunday. Brazil’s dollar curve barely moved Monday, say traders, with the 2019 bonds up 0.25 points to 118.85-119.25. The EMBI Brazil index shed 7bp, according to a report from RBC, and the Bovespa gained 1.2%. “Solid gains in congress and among state governorships will ensure Rousseff will have a strong power-base to continue with Lula’s policie

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