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RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The Brazilian stock market has been breaking successive positive records. The last one was on Monday, December 16th, when the Ibovespa, the main index, closed above 113,000 points, beating last week's record.

The climate of good market mood was intensified in recent days, with the signaling of trade negotiations between the United States and China and also with the improvement of the outlook for Brazil's rating to investment grade . . .

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