Brazil Real, Stocks Sink on Speculation Lula to Become MinisterBy and
Folha reports Rousseff just waiting on Lula to accept post
Currency slumps most two months as stocks extend decline
Brazil’s real dropped the most in two months and stocks retreated after a report that former President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva might be named a cabinet minister, potentially shielding him from prosecution amid the nation’s largest corruption scandal.
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