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Brazilian President Dilma Rouseff begins 2nd term vowing to fight corruption
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Brazilian President Dilma Rouseff begins 2nd term vowing to fi...

Brazil's President Dilma Rousseff began her second term Thursday vowing to rein in government spending to curb inflation and pull Latin America's largest economy out of a four-year slump. As she took the oath of office in Brasilia, Rousseff also ... CBC, 2 months ago

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Brazil Market Tumbles As Petrobras Probe Proceeds; Rouseff Power Unravels? — Barron's Blog

By Dimitra DeFotis Multiple negative headlines are aligning for Brazil, pushing equities and the real lower. Brazil's Bovespa is down 3.3% in dollar terms today; while the real has weakened by 1.8%. The iShares MSCI Brazil Capped ETF ( EWZ) ...
 iMarketReports1 day ago Corruption In Brazil  Business Insider2 months ago Petroleo Brasileiro Petrobras : Brazil's crackdown on corruption has some seeing beginning of end to impunity for powerful  4 Traders2 months ago The aggressive crackdown on corruption in Brazil raises a big question: Is this the start of impunity's end?  Saudi Gazette2 months ago
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Latin American Herald Tribune

Brazil's Global Ambitions

When President Dilma Rousseff first took office in 2010, Brazil's future looked exceptionally bright. For nearly a decade, the country had benefited from Asia's enormous appetite for its commodities. This allowed Brazil to reduce poverty and expand ...
 Brookings Institution4 weeks ago U.S. Vice President Biden Speaks With Venezuela's Maduro in Brazil  Latin American Herald Tribune2 months ago

Brazil Political Official Questioned in Pretrobras Probe

By Paul Kiernan RIO DE JANEIRO--Brazil's Federal Police brought in a high-ranking official from President Dilma Rousseff's party for questioning Thursday in the latest phase of an investigation into alleged corruption at state-run oil giant ...
 4 Traders4 weeks ago

Rouseff's challenge is rooting out corruption

Brazil's president has been embroiled in a growing scandal over the role and influence of Petrobras In a day of pomp and ceremony, Brazil inaugurated the second term of President Dilma Rouseff. But for all of the celebrations in Brasilia, the ...
 Gulf News2 months ago Rouseff s challenge is rooting out corruption  Zawya.com2 months ago
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Getting Real In Brazil

Whenever there's a sell-off after bullish news, it's typically a sign of more pain to come. Brazil's central bank raised benchmark interest rates to 12.75% onWednesday in order to quell inflation, but the Real (BRL) dropped even further. The Real ...
 Social Dashboard5 hours ago

Selling Petrobras: Put Options In Play? — Barron's Blog

By Dimitra DeFotis Some investors see more downside pressure on shares of Petrobras, the indebted, state-controlled energy company embroiled in a corruption scandal. Interactive Brokers Chief Market Analyst Andrew Wilkinson writes today that ...
 iMarketReports1 day ago

The power of lower oil prices

In Irand and Russia lower oil prices could have serious economic and political implications Last month, I made ten predictions heading into the new year, calling them The Ten Surprises of 2015. The definition of a surprise is an event which the ...
 Gulf News6 days ago Blackstone's Byron Wien: The Power of Lower Oil Prices  Guru Focus3 weeks ago
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Nothing but the Truth

KATHRYN SIKKINK is Ryan Family Professor of Human Rights Policy at the Harvard Kennedy School of Government and the author, most recently, of Some four decades ago, Brazil's military government, which ruled from 1964 to 1985, arrested a 22-year-old ...
 Foreign Affairs6 days ago

Commentary: The Indonesia-Brazil row; how long can it last?

What happened last week to the Indonesian ambassador-designate Toto Riyanto at the presidential palace in Brazil is simply unbelievable. It is unprecedented in the annals of modern diplomacy. Last Friday, Toto was about to present his credentials ...
 Jakarta Post1 week ago The Indonesia-Brazil row; how long can it last?  Asia News Network1 week ago Brazil's overreaction puts diplomatic ties at risk  Jakarta Post1 week ago Pemerintah panggil pulang dubes Indonesia di Brazil  Rappler1 week ago
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