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First thoughts on the riots in Brasília

The implications of the invasion of Brazil’s congress by protestors yesterday are mainly political. But the riots could result in a long-lasting risk premium on the country’s financial assets, particularly if they prompt President Lula to double down on his economic agenda.

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