Brazilian Assets No More Than Fairly Priced, Says Mentel
Brazil’s real rose the most among emerging-market currencies amid investor optimism as suspended President Dilma Rousseff spoke to defend herself in the closing stages of her impeachment trial before the Senate. The currency gained 1.1 percent to 3.2307 per dollar Monday in Sao Paulo. Rousseff is making a final appeal in her defence, saying the impeachment would amount to her death sentence and put at risk the country’s democracy. Tatton Investment Management CIO Lothar Mentel discusses with Bloomberg's Anna Edwards and Manus Cranny on "Countdown."