Bovespa Gains as European Debt Concern Eases, Hypermarcas SurgesDenyse Godoy
The Bovespa gained for the first time in three days as Germany’s chancellor signaled cooperation with France’s president-elect to solve Europe’s debt crisis and Hypermarcas SA surged after first-quarter sales and profit rose.
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