Brazil Knuckles Down for Impeachment Sunday Spectacle
On Sunday, at 2 p.m., the bitter political drama that has all but paralyzed Brazil will take its climactic turn. The country is ready. Barricades are up on the esplanade in front of the National Congress. A big soccer match has been rescheduled, shopping malls may close. Huge outdoor screens will broadcast the vote by the Chamber of Deputies that could put President Dilma Rousseff a hair’s breadth from impeachment. UBS Head of Emerging Markets Cross Asset Strategy Bhanu Baweja discusses Brazil, emerging markets and the dollar with “On the Move” host Guy Johnson.