Brazil Real Rises as Wage Veto Overshadows Emerging-Market RoutBy
President Temer vetoed wage increase for some public workers
Domestic optimism offsets a drop in crude oil prices
Brazil’s real rose as positive sentiment generated by President Michel Temer’s veto of a wage increase for some public workers overcame a rout in emerging-market currencies.
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