Here's What Brazil Investors, Lawmakers Are Saying About S&P CutBy and
Currency could plunge to 3.90 per U.S. dollar: Brasil Plural
Government reaffirms commitment to fiscal consolidation
Brazil had its credit rating cut to junk by Standard & Poor’s on Wednesday after the close of markets, with a negative outlook. The downgrade sent the ETF that tracks Brazilian shares plunging in late trading. Here’s what lawmakers and investors are saying:
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