• Brazil's unpredictable presidential election is 'on a knife edge' - here's what it could mean for markets

    7 monthes ago - By Business Insider

    Brazil will hold its first round of elections this weekend.
    Analysts say neither of the presidential frontrunners would be good news for markets.
    Watch the Brazilian real trade in real time here.
    In one of its most unpredictable and divisive elections since reclaiming democracy three decades ago, Brazil will vote Sunday for its next president and hundreds of lawmakers. Here's what that could mean for Latin America's largest economy.
    Who's running?
    Far-right candidate Jair Bolsonaro of the Social Liberty Party and leftist Workers Party rival Fernando Haddad, who is running in place of the...
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