Minus 2.83%: Brazilian Stocks Fall for a Second Day

Bovespa São Paulo’s Stock Exchange (Bovespa) continued on Thursday the decline it had started the previous day. Investors seemed to react to reform plans proposed by US President Barack Obama and 482,000 new applications for unemployment insurance in the United States.

The Ibovespa, Bovespa’s index fell 2.83%, to 66,270 points, in a financial volume of 7.6 billion reais (US$ 4.2 billion). It was the biggest one-day drop in the last two months.

The dollar on the other hand ended up 0.45% higher at 1.801 reais. Since September 24, 2009, the dollar had not exceeded 1.80 reais.

Brazil’s exchange flow, the sum of dollar inflow and outflow in the country, was positive by US$ 816 million up until last Monday, January 18, as informed today by the head of the Economics Department of the Brazilian Central Bank (BC), Altamir Lopes.

Usually, the BC discloses each Wednesday the exchange flow for the previous week, which would end on the 15th, but today, upon announcing the Foreign Sector Report concerning December, Lopes provided more up-to-date figures.

As of Friday, January 15, the surplus was US$ 95 million. The exchange flow improved significantly on Monday, due to investment in bonds, by Brazilians and foreigners, fixed income and remittances of profits and dividends – which generated US$ 1.687 billion. On the other hand, the trade flow showed a deficit of US$ 871 million.

Lopes also stated that the BC purchased US$ 1.279 billion in the spot market and received US$ 141 million in foreign currency loans up until the 18th.

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  • Jake McCrann

    Rothschild’s same old tricks over and over
    Rothschild’s Pigeons, and how Jew Bankers Control the Markets
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    Napoleon got defeated by the British in the battle of Waterloo. The real hero however of this operation was not a marshal, but a banker: Nathan Rothschild; “he didn’t fire a gun; he wasn’t even near the fight.” But he was in the possession of carrier-pigeons. These brought him the news to London. Rothschild was the first to know that the French were defeated, but in London he released the rumor of a fulminating French victory. In this way he misled the market by selling bonds and assets. The market would follow him as “he always knew what he was doing.” Later he bought the shares back for dump prices. England won the war, but lost on the stock exchange.

    Rothschild and the Hamburg Jew bankers did the same thing with WW1. Germany was winning the war, and had even offered Britain amicable peace-terms. So the Hamburg jews went to Balfour and offered him a secret deal: “Give us Palestine and we use our influence in America to bring them into the war and defeat Germany”. The deal was done, Rothschild was informed and the Hamburg Jews went back to Germany, told all their fellow Jew bankers to sell out of Germany (at which time was fetching high prices due to the state of the war).

    After the Americans came in and smashed Germany, the Hamburg Jews and their cabal came back into Germany and bought everything back up for a 1/10th of the prices they had sold them for just a few years before.

    Same old jew tricks over and over. When will the Goyim work it out? If you play cards in the Synagogue of Satan you are going to get burnt.

  • Jake McCrann

    Just Soros and his jew mafia playing with the markets
    Ignore it. Those numbers dont mean anything if you ignore them.

    Just jew games.

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