Real, Stocks Climb as Brazil Aims for Lower 2017 Budget DeficitBy and
Economic team will target budget gap of $42 billion next year
Government seeks to cut deficit after 2015 rating downgrades
Brazil’s currency rose and stocks climbed to the highest since May 12 after Finance Minister Henrique Meirelles said he would cut the budget deficit next year.
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