Top Rousseff Aide Says Levy Will Stay in Brazil's GovernmentArnaldo Galvao and Mario Sergio Lima
Real fell in afternoon on speculation minister would quit
Levy met with president and budget minister Thursday
President Dilma Rousseff’s leading adviser said Thursday that Finance Minister Joaquim Levy will remain in his job, easing speculation that Brazil’s top economist would resign after members of the government undermined his plan to shore up fiscal accounts.
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