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Playing a Brazilian Bounce Real Money Pro($)

An investment strategy that hedges this weekend's election results.
Eurozone manufacturing better than expected.
GDP is not the only positive number.
The software giant's guidance disappointed markets.
Many US investors in the country's ETFs and ADRs may not be aware.
The central bank is said to cut the haircut on Greek collateral.
This fund manager doesn't see just doom and gloom.
Hedge funds would have a case of Schadenfreude.
This centrist candidate would be good for business.
The five main Brazilian stocks to watch. 

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