Operations At The Port Of Santos As Hyperinflation Relic Makes Comeback With Rates Rising : News Photo

Operations At The Port Of Santos As Hyperinflation Relic Makes Comeback With Rates Rising

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Cranes stand at the Port of Santos in Santos, Brazil, on Friday, July 5, 2013. Rising borrowing costs and the global bond selloff triggered by the prospect of reduced U.S. stimulus are prompting Brazilian investors to boost holdings of the countrys floating-rate securities. Photographer: Paulo Fridman/Bloomberg via Getty Images
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Cranes stand at the Port of Santos in Santos, Brazil, on Friday, July 5, 2013. Rising borrowing costs and the global bond selloff triggered by the prospect of reduced U.S. stimulus are prompting Brazilian investors to boost holdings of the countrys floating-rate securities. Photographer: Paulo Fridman/Bloomberg via Getty Images
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