Brazil’s benchmark Ibovespa index is near record levels but that’s not distracting fund managers and investors from the big picture: it can go even higher. As long as there are signs that the economy will continue to improve, and with the political turmoil easing enough for Michel Temer’s government to advance its highly-anticipated pension system reform, the index should keep advancing, say fund managers and traders in Sao Paulo.
(Bloomberg) -- O Ibovespa fechou segunda-feira em um recorde, em meio ao fervor sobre a recuperação econômica, taxas de juros menores e um cenário político benigno para agenda de reformas do presidente Michel Temer. Considerando múltiplos, as ações do Brasil ainda têm espaço para alcançar nível dos ativos no Chile, que ultrapassou o México e se tornou no mês passado o mercado mais caro da América Latina com apostas na mudança política.
Brazilian stocks are heading for a record close. Investors are rushing back into the country amid bets on corporate profit growth and a more stable political scenario after the incarceration of the former head of meatpacker JBS SA may have cleared the path for President Michel Temer and his reform agenda. The Ibovespa advanced more than 2.1 percent today to 74,635.55, a record intraday high, leading gains among other global indexes.
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