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Buy Brazil for post-COVID-19 portfolio -investor

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Buy Brazil for post-COVID-19 portfolio -investor

Buy Brazil for post-COVID-19 portfolio -investor

The Brazilian and Russian economies have been hit hard by the pandemic and Hercules CEO James McDonald is finding stock market gems in the rubble as he builds a portfolio for the eventual end of COVID-19.

He spoke to Reuters business correspondent Conway G.

Gittens.

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