Rousseff Is Ousted, and Investing in Brazil Is Getting TrickierBy , , and
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For months, investing in Brazil has been a breeze. Buying into any asset class delivered some of the world’s biggest gains on wagers that President Dilma Rousseff was about to be ousted and new leadership would restore growth and curb a record fiscal deficit.
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