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Brazil's Socialist party named popular environmentalist Marina Silva their presidential candidate Wednesday, replacing her late running mate Eduardo Campos after his death in a plane crash last week.
Brazilian presidential candidate Marina Silva has little experience with economic policy, but her advisers promise a more orthodox, business-friendly approach than leftist President Dilma Rousseff has taken.
Surveillance video captures the moment a plane carrying prominent Brazilian presidential hopeful Eduardo Campos crashes and bursts into flames.
Brazil 's central bank has eased rules on reserve requirement for a second time this quarter in a bid to boost credit in a slowing economy.
Former President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva, one of Brazil's most popular politicians, came all-out Tuesday in favor of the campaign to reelect his successor, Dilma Rousseff, assuring voters they can support her without qualms.
Richard Beales and Christopher Swann discuss why price curbs on electricity imposed two years ago by President Dilma Rousseff are coming back to haunt Brazil.
Tens of thousands of Brazilians gathered on Sunday in the northeastern city of Recife to bid farewell to presidential candidate Eduardo Campos, killed in a plane crash four days ago, as debate swirled about the impact of his death on the October election.
Russian President Vladimir Putin, Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff, Chinese President Xi Jinping and South African President Jacob Zuma join their hands at a group photo session during the 6th BRICS summit in Fortaleza July 15, 2014.
U.S. automaker General Motors plans to invest 6.5 billion reais in Brazil over the next five years, CEO Mary Barra said.
Investors may be cheering the likelihood of Brazil's incumbent Dilma Rousseff being kicked to the curb in the October presidential election, but that will not be enough to push the iShares MSCI Brazil exchange traded fund over $50.
Having the Brazilian government own a majority controlling interest in Petroleo Brasileiro or Petrobras can be both a blessing and a curse for investors who own the rest of the company.
Updated: Fri Aug 22, 2014 09:28 am
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