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BRAZIL - Market Brief 30 Oct 2014
In the face of inflation hovering near the top of the target interval and projections for 2015 in the same neighborhood (around 6.4%, Graph 1), there were no doubts that the Central Bank would raise the SELIC rate. The surprise was therefore not the increase, but instead the fact it came just after ...
BRAZIL - POLITICS Market Brief 29 Oct 2014
In the first day of Congressional activity after her reelection, President Dilma Rousseff suffered her first defeat in the House of Representatives. Congressmen approved a bill (PDC 1491/14) that annuls the presidential decree that created the National Policy for Social Participation, with many options ...
UKRAINE - Monthly Report 28 Oct 2014
As the armed conflict has calmed down, parliamentary elections have brought in a pro-reformist coalition, and important reforms (such as a series of anti-corruption measures) have been launched. Some positive developments are in the making. At the same time, we continue to see many issues that endanger ...
INDONESIA - Monthly Report 28 Oct 2014
October 20th was a milestone date for Indonesia. For the first time in the country’s history, a regional leader was inaugurated as president. Joko “Jokowi” Widodo served two terms as mayor in Solo, Central Java (though the second term was unfinished, due to his move to Jakarta), and was elected governor ...
BRAZIL - Market Brief 27 Oct 2014
The current transactions deficit continues to increase. In September it again exceeded the consensus projections, rising to US$ 83.6 billion over the past 12 months, or 3.7% of GDP. This is the highest 12-month deficit since March 2002. The quality of its financing has also been worsening. Since the ...
BRAZIL - POLITICS Market Brief 27 Oct 2014
Dilma Rousseff was reelected to a second term with the support of 54,501,118 voters (51.64% of valid votes), handing Aécio Neves’ (51,041,155, 48.36%) PSDB its fourth consecutive defeat. This is the PT’s slimmest margin of victory over the PSDB. When Dilma leaves office in four years, the PT will have ...
BRAZIL - Special Report 27 Oct 2014
Since August 2011 the real exchange rate measured in relation to the basket of currencies has depreciated by more than 25%. However, seasonally adjusted monthly exports and imports have continued to fluctuate around an approximately constant level, generating nil trade balances. Why haven’t imports ...
CENTRAL AMERICA - Monthly Report 27 Oct 2014
We expect the next 15 months in El Salvador to be marked by slow growth, low inflation, and a high, if declining, current account deficit. The fiscal deficit will be stable but high, burdened by pension system financing demands. It is basically the same picture we’ve seen for the past four years, without ...
BRAZIL - POLITICS Market Brief 25 Oct 2014
In all the second round debates, Aécio Neves (PSDB) has generally performed better than Dilma Rousseff (PT). This time was no different. Dilma, however, performed much worse than in the other debates. At times confused and stammering, the PT candidate could have done better....
BRAZIL - POLITICS Market Brief 25 Oct 2014
This morning a CNT/MDA presidential poll was released. According to the poll, Aécio Neves (PSDB) has 50.3% of valid votes, while the PT candidate has 49.7% of valid votes. The poll has a 2.2 percentage point margin of error. The poll presents a growth trend for the PSDB candidate and a decline for ...
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