Brazilian Stocks Decline Most in World on Credit Downgrade FearsDenyse Godoy
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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