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|Day's Range||86.2038 - 86.3800|
|52 Week Range||48.3200 - 92.2200|
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|Expense Ratio (net)||0.95%|
The latest court appearance of Lula, and the arrest of two of Brazil's most well known multinational executives, is indicative of a country losing its leadership.
Brazilian politicians just cannot seem to get out of their own way when it comes to corruption. On Wednesday, the iShares MSCI Brazil Capped ETF (NYSEArca: EWZ) traded slightly lower following news of ...
Brazilian stocks and the related exchange traded funds, including the iShares MSCI Brazil Capped ETF (NYSEArca: EWZ ) , rallied Thursday after the country's central bank slashed interest rates by 100 basis ...
Company's former CEO was still accepting and paying out bribes even as investigation went into high gear. Petrobras seen appealing to U.S. Supreme Court.
The opposition, reeling from loss after loss, said it will roadblock pension reform every chance it gets. Congress, worried of being vilified more than they already are due to Petrobras criminal probes, is unlikely to make any radical changes.
Brazil's executive branch gives the country until March 31, 2018 to pass key reforms. If not, all bets are off until the next president is elected in October.
Shares of the iShares MSCI Brazil Capped ETF (NYSEArca: EWZ) surged Wednesday on news that former Brazilian President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva was convicted on corruption charges. In the second quarter, ...
The Industrial Entrepreneur Confidence Index in Brazil (FBZ) dropped to 51.9 in June 2017 compared to 53.7 in May 2017, reaching its lowest level since January 2017.
In the first five months in 2017, the Brazil’s exports rose 18.5% to $87.9 billion compared to the same period in 2016.
The International Monetary Fund is projecting 0.5% growth in Brazil’s GDP output in 2017, according to its April 2017 outlook report.
Brazil's exports stood at $19.7 billion in May 2017, a 12.6% increase year-over-year, boosted by sales of semi-manufactured products and basic products.
The Brazilian (BRZU) economy added ~34,250 jobs in May 2017, making it the second consecutive month of job creation in 2017.
Brazil's president Michel Temer, in a worst case scenario, may be impeached or forced to resign. What does it mean for blockbuster reforms Wall Street is betting on?
Within the big economies south of the Rio Grande, Brazil is the biggest, and the worst of them all based on growth rates assessed by the World Bank.
As had been widely expected, the Brazilian central bank cut rates a full 100 basis points (bps), taking the headline policy rate to 11.25%. There appears to be no dissent on the policy committee, with a unanimous vote and a statement indicating ...