Real Sinks With Bank Stocks After Brazil Cut Further Into JunkBy and
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The real declined and Brazil’s bank stocks slumped after Standard & Poor’s cut its ratings for the government and some of the country’s largest companies, saying that a shrinking economy and political gridlock is making investments riskier.
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