Brésil: la Bourse en hausse au lendemain de la victoire de Lula

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A reporter informs from the former negotiation room of Sao Paulo's Stock Exchange (Bovespa), closed in 2009 and still used for local TV's live stockmarket reports, in Sao Paulo, Brazil, on August 8, 2011. The Sao Paulo stock exchange, South America's largest, had plummeted 5.33 percent by midday Monday as world stocks slid in volatile trading, officials said. The Bovespa bourse dropped to 50,128 points after opening 4.5 percent down amid fears over the eurozone crisis and after Standard and Poor's stripped the US economy of its triple-A rating for the first time ever on Friday, downgrading it to AA+. AFP PHOTO/Yasuyoshi CHIBA / AFP PHOTO / YASUYOSHI CHIBA

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