Brazilian Stocks Decline Most in World on Credit Downgrade Fears

  • Government plans to reduce country's fiscal target for 2016
  • Finance Minister Joaquim Levy reported to plan leaving office

Brazil’s stocks fell the most among major global benchmarks on concern the country may be cut to junk by a second credit-rating company because of government plans to loosen its fiscal policy.

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