Very interesting comparison … but hard to digest.
From Google Translate:
“One country (Greece) is on the verge of the collapse of its public finances and the other (Brazil) has just received a sovereign investment rating upgrade. However, the stock values ​​of these two nations seem to live in different universesWhile the Brazilian Stock Exchange (Bovespa) accumulated losses of more than 11% in the year (-11.37%), but still benefit from further assessment of environmental insurance in Brazil for global investors, the Athens Stock Exchange in Greece has fallen below 10% (-9.79%) in 2011.”
Full Article here.

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