Key Industry Views: Brazil Brazil
Brazil

"Brazil Update: Investment Grade Reinforced." May 30, 2008 - Jose Carlos de Faria (Deutsche Bank).

"Brazil: Making the Grade." May 30, 2008 - Paul Sheard and Guillermo Mondino (Lehman Brothers).

"Brazil: Investment Grade May Help Finance Growing Current Account Deficit." May 2, 2008 - Paulo Leme and Luis Cezario (Goldman Sachs).

"Brazil: Abundance is Just Beginning." February 13, 2006 - Gray Newman (Morgan Stanley).

"Secretary Levy Announces Buy Back of External Debt." February 10, 2006 - Paulo Leme (Goldman Sachs).

"Some Thoughts on Latin Politics." January 24, 2006 - Michael Gavin (UBS).

"Outlook for 2006." December 13, 2005 - Michael Gavin, Catherine Agnelli, Javier Kulesz, Victoria Wernick and David Treiger (UBS).

"Focus on Brazil: A Landmark Debt Placement." September 26, 2005 - Michael Gavin (UBS).

"Lessons from Five Years of Inflation Targeting in Brazil." August 27, 2004 - Paulo Leme (Goldman Sachs).

"Brazil: Positive Surprises from the New Issue." April 30, 2003 - Filippo Nencioni (Credit Suisse First Boston).

"Blockbuster Returns Will Be Hard to Achieve in 2003." December 10, 2002 - Joyce Chang (J.P. Morgan).

"Brazil: There is No Quick Fix." December 9, 2002 - Drausio Giacomelli (J.P. Morgan).

"The Latin Economic Outlook for 2003-2004." December 4, 2002 - Thomas Trebat (Salomon Smith Barney).

"Global Economic Outlook and Policy Responses." September 28, 2002 - Statement by Pedro Malan, Minister of Finance of Brazil to the International Monetary and Financial Committee.

"Frequently Asked Questions Regarding Brazilian External Accounts." September 11, 2002 - Central Bank of Brazil.

"Brazil: Implications of the New US$30 Billion IMF Package." August 9, 2002 - Joyce Chang, Luis Fernando Lopes, Gabriel Sod-Hoffs, Eric Torres (J.P. Morgan).

"Check, Please." August 8, 2002 - Walter Molano (BCP Securities).

"Latin Local Markets: Why Bother?" Third Quarter 2002 - Karim Abdel-Motaal (Morgan Stanley).

"Do the Waffle." July 12, 2002 - Walter Molano (BCP Securities).

"Brazil Update." July 5, 2002 - Michael Gavin (UBS Warburg).

"Brazil's Economy and the Upcoming Elections." July 5, 2002 - Alfredo Thorne and Luis Fernando Lopes (J.P. Morgan).  

"Emerging Markets and the Global Economy in the Year Ahead." January 10, 2002 - Jose Luis Daza and Leonardo Leiderman (Deutsche Bank).

"Emerging Markets Debt: Outlook for 2002." December 17, 2001 - Joyce Chang (J.P. Morgan).

"2002: The Year Ahead." December 4, 2001 - Tulio P. Vera (Merrill Lynch).

"No More Hideouts for Criminal Money." September 28, 2001 - Arminio Fraga (President, Central Bank of Brazil, Republic of Brazil).

"Brazilian Relative Value: High Brady Cash Flow Payments Historically Have Little Impact on Asset Pricing." April 17, 2001 - Stuart Sclater-Booth and Eric Beinstein (J.P. Morgan).

"Emerging Markets Debt: Year in Review." January 2001 - Joyce Chang (Chase Securities).

"Emerging Markets Debt: Outlook for 2001." December 22, 2000 - Tulio Vera (Merrill Lynch).

"Emerging Markets External Strategy: The Year Ahead." December 8, 2000 - Jonathan Bayliss and Anna Titarchuk (Deutsche Bank).

"MSDW Emerging Markets 2001 Roadshow Poll." December 1, 2000 - Eric Fine (Morgan Stanley Dean Witter).

"Macroeconomic Outlook for Emerging Economies." November 2000 - Paulo Leme and Federico Kaune (Goldman Sachs).

"Emerging Markets Outlook (abridged)."October 4, 2000 - Jose Luis Daza (J.P. Morgan).

"Emerging Markets Debt Trends: Mid-Year Review and Outlook." July 21, 2000 - Joyce Chang (Chase Securities).