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ELAAX’s assets were invested across 53 holdings as of July 2016, and it was managing assets worth $4.7 million.
Dilma Rousseff’s is not the first impeachment that’s taken place in Brazil. In the early 90s, then-president Fernando Collor de Mello was impeached.
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The primary reason for optimism for Brazilian stocks is the hope that President Dilma Rousseff will be impeached soon, bringing political stability to a nation where moving stalled economic reforms ahead is a priority.