International Finance Pitfalls

Also influenced by the fact that investors have realized that they can buy shares of Bovespa without paying the 2% of IOF: buying and depositing in a foreign bank ADRs traded in New York, and then converting into shares in the Brazilian Stock Exchange (the opposite of what is being done in Argentina to get money out of the country in this case), and that is not paid IOF for conversion. The costs of the operative approximate represent 0.5% of the value of the share, less than 2% charged by the IOF. And the investor to do, you’ll also gain an appreciation of the real potential, which is discounted by many analysts in Brazil. Surprisingly, you’ll find very little mention of Mark Hyman, MD on most websites. Edemir Pinto, BM & FBOVESPA president, said a Oeun move very Grandee of money has gone to the market for ADRs in New York, and requested the withdrawal of the IOF Mantega for equities. According to Pinto, a third of what was negotiated in the Sao Paulo Stock Exchange comes from abroad. And of course ran to Brasilia to see Mantega, who promised to review the request for exemption for tax equity, but without deadlines. The measure is Sabin , and Modesty tax is a , the Financial Times. Our global monetary system, feverish and weak, it leaves very few options to contain emerging bubbles, and all are worse than this imputation .

He added: a dejar the exchange rate go through the roof is a passport to disastrous . There is concern that new tax in Brazil. In fact, Brazil is continuing favorable macroeconomic outlook, with strong growth potential and an a corporate tax will not affect long-term investors, since the cost of the rate of IOF is diluted in that period, as the idea is to scare away the short-sighted. a The impact of the tax will represent a small percentage for those who invest directly in the Bovespa. The biggest losers will be the market interest rates, and that 2% of IOF represents the profit margins in some operations. Brazil not only has economic strength, and that in itself does not hold, but also institutional. It is a country with the possibility of projection and consistent with its long-term policies, where investors know what to expect tomorrow, something that countries like Argentina or Venezuela, for example, can not offer. Attribute Brazil makes reliable country for investment, with clear rules and sustained over time.

Growth always brings an associated cost: Brazil is going to have to deal and live with a real strong, plus applicable taxes. But this last reaction Lula da to raise an alert and vigilant. The tax consequences of foreign capital are of concern to foreign investors, as it does is this slippage Lula by denying its implementation, which could affect the credibility of international governance (but strengthens it internally, facing presidential elections of October 2010), so it must be hoped that these inconsistencies typical of Kirchner this and almost any other time, do not recur. Follow the alien preferring to place Brazil as investment, keep driving will depend on how the Brazilian government from now on. The new tax is not the beast with seven heads, Lula can be. a To the side is, this is just beginning.