Brazil Stocks Slump on Moody's Downgrade Signal, Political FightDenyse Godoy
Lenders including Bradesco may be cut to junk on turmoil
Ministers Levy, Barbosa reported to dispute fiscal target
Brazil’s stocks fell after Moody’s Investors Service downgraded miner Vale SA, the world’s biggest iron-ore producer, and said it would review lenders including Banco Bradesco SA for cuts.
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