Alessia BERARDI, Didier BOROWSKI, Claudia BERTINO, Debora DELBÓ, Colm D’ROSARIO, Laura FIOROT, Patrice LEMONNIER, Giovanni LICCARDO, Sergei STRIGO, Yerlan SYZDYKOV, Qinwei WANG, Karine HERVE
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Pascal BLANQUE, Vincent MORTIER, Philippe ITHURBIDE, Monica DEFEND
Deputy Head of Macroeconomic Research
Qinwei WANG, Didier BOROWSKI, Annalisa USARDI, Tristan PERRIER, Gregorio VANIN, Akio YOSHINO, Alessia BERARDI, Karine HERVE, Sosi VARTANESYAN
PhD, Senior Economist
The expected outcome of the presidential election occurred, with right-wing candidate Jair Bolsonaro (PSL) winning vs the leftist Fernando Haddad (PT). Post the first round, Bolsonaro appeared to be the favourite, based on discontent with established politics. However, Brazil’s political path is unlikely to be straight-forward: a solid coalition is necessary to set important reforms, but this does not appear to be on the cards.
Alessia BERARDI, Yerlan SYZDYKOV