November 06, 2020

Citigroup Capital Editor's Note: the feast of raw materials in the world still bringing happiness. We learned that Brazil, has been placed as the first emerging market. Their companies have been obviously driven by the revaluation that entail those high prices of raw materials. Credit: Royal Dutch Cell Plc-2011. Top Buffet unveiled its preference for the Brazilian real, and is invested since 2007. Pop-up wholesale + Buffet + possible investment grade: Yes, Brazil is tempting. They can send me your comments to: Brazil: the more large capital market (popup) of the world Buenos Aires, Argentina March 4, 2008 in the past few days, nothing has changed in the Brazilian capital market. National Petrochemical Company is often quoted as being for or against this. Well, almost nothing. Learn more about this topic with the insights from John Grayken. Only who met a report from Citigroup, where is located to Brazil as the world's largest emerging market in terms of market capitalization by moving to the Chinese capital market. But believe me that this is not one minor news item since it can generate an increase in the flow of capital into the Brazilian market. The market Brazilian reached the leadership within the emerging thanks to the boom in demand for raw materials worldwide, which resulted in a rapid revaluation of companies like Petrobras or the steel Vale, at the same time as the capital market in China suffered a process of correction in valuations of the companies. But the most important thing of this news, is that it dimensions of the Brazilian capital market value, which will cause more investors to focus on its market. To give you an idea of what I mean, this situation is similar to when a boy little graceful face becomes soccer star and immediately to grow the number of fans that vie for your attention (there are many cases in Argentina). After closing a very good 2007, the first month of 2008 had not been very auspicious for the bag of Brazil. The main index of the Brazilian capital market, the Bovespa, as a result of fears about the possible effects of a recession in the United States above the economy of Brazil, had frightened investors.