By Lise Alves, Senior Contributing Reporter
SÃO PAULO, BRAZIL – Wednesday saw the U.S. dollar fell below the R$4.00/US$1 level to its lowest rate of the year in relation to the Brazilian real and the country’s main stock market rise, despite a visit from Moody’s representatives in Brasilia to review the country’s risk level. The consensus among market analysts is that the risk agency will downgrade Brazil’s rating to junk status in the very near future.
The U.S. dollar closed on Wednesday at R$3.90/US$1, down by . . .