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Here’s How to Trade Brazil Assets Overseas on Election Night

  • Tokyo-listed ETF that follows Brazil’s stocks is first to open
  • Some sovereign and corporate dollar bonds are listed in Europe
Bolsonaro And Lula Hold Dueling Rallies On Bahia's Independence Day
Photographer: Maira Erlich/Bloomberg
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Investors seeking to profit from Brazil’s presidential election on Sunday will turn to Asia to place their first trades.

Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro fought his way through to a run-off election against Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva on Oct. 30, with his leftist challenger garnering the bigger share of votes on Sunday but falling short of the outright win that some opinion polls had suggested he was on course for.