Risk of Investing in Brazil Reverts to 2016 Level

With the crisis caused by the pandemic, the country risk shot up 178 points, from 210 to 388, between February and June.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Since the outbreak of the novel coronavirus pandemic in Brazil, the country risk has skyrocketed 178 points, rising from 210 to 388 points between February and June on JPMorgan's EMBI+ (Emerging Markets Bond Index Plus).

In the same period last year, shortly after the . . .

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