Brazilian Assets Slide After Protests Against Temer’s Presidency

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  • Temer allies sought to delay pension, spending laws: Estado
  • Meirelles acknowledges protests, says they won’t derail plans

Brazil’s currency and stocks slid on concern that political disputes could delay efforts to bolster the economy and shore up the budget after protests against President Michel Temer and reports that his allies are seeking delays on some unpopular measures.

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