How Brazil Became a Hot Market for IPOs

Arnaldo Jr./Dreamstime.com Text size A raging pandemic and 5% economic contraction might seem like a poor backdrop for initial public offerings. But Brazil’s IPO market is defying macro gravity with its hottest year since 2007. Seventeen companies went public as of late September. For patient stockpickers, that could offer ground-floor […]


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