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Brazil’s Bovespa Is Once Again... The Most Interesting Chart In The World





After resolving its former “most interesting” chart status with a massive breakdown in January, Brazil’s Bovespa is back testing that breakdown level in an equally interesting development.

 
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Brazil Cut To Junk By All Three Ratings Agencies After Moody's Joins The Fray





Back in December we warned that Brazil faced a "disastrous downgrade debacle" that would eventually see the beleaguered South American nation cut to junk by all three major ratings agencies. Moments ago, that prediction was borne out.

 
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Visualizing The World's Stock Exchanges





There are 60 major stock exchanges throughout the world, and their range of sizes is quite surprising...

 
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Market Shudders As Brazil Risks "Succumbing To Fiscal Populism" With New FinMin





Brazil has a new finance minister and the market is not happy. As BofAML puts it, "the focus turns now to the direction of the fiscal policy under the new FinMin, which should affect the recovery in confidence and thus growth. With mounting downside risks to growth that heavily weigh on the government’s revenues and the ongoing challenges in passing fiscal measures in Congress, tangible results over statements will now be needed to improve expectations over primary fiscal results ahead."

 
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The Best And Worst Performing Assets In October And YTD





The torrid October, with its historic S&P500 point rally, is finally in the history books, and at least for a select group of hedge funds such as Glenview, Pershing Square and Greenlight and certainly their L.P.s, a very scary Halloween couldn't come fast enough, leading to losses between 15% and 20%. How did everyone else fare? Below, courtesy of Deutsche Bank's Jim Reid, is a summary of what worked in October (and YTD), and what didn't.

 
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Futures Continue Slide On Latest Chinese Economic Disappointments, Gold Hammered





When China was closed for one week at the end of September, something which helped catalyze the biggest weekly surge in US stocks in years, out of sight meant out of mind, and many (mostly algos) were hoping that China's problems would miraculously just go away. Alas after yesterday's latest trade data disappointment, it was once again China which confirmed that nothing is getting better with its economy in fact quite the contrary, and one quick look at the chart of wholesale, or factory-gate deflation, below shows that China is rapidly collapsing to a level last seen in 2009 because Chinese PPI plunged by 5.9% Y/Y, its 43rd consecutive drop - a swoon which is almost as bad as Caterpillar retail sales data.

 
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"Junked" Brazil Is Falling Apart At The Seams; Cancels Bond Auction





Exactly one month ago, in the aftermath of the Chinese devaluation announcement, we made a simple prediction. "Biggest immediate loser from China's devaluation: Brazil" Today, following the overdue, long anticipated, and yet "shocking" downgrade of Brazil by the S&P to junk, this prediction is coming true.

 
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