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In recent years, Brazilian banks have racked up their best performances and they have managed to more than double the profitability of US banks, which were the envy of the world before the subprime crisis. A combination of positive factors guaranteed that the Brazilian banks would achieve excellent profits, but the results of the banks in the second quarter show that profitability is falling and delinquency rates are rising and expectations are that the credit supply is shrinking. The market has recognized that things are changing for the banks and the scenario is becoming less advantageous. In this report we take a good look at this situation.
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Outlook 2013 (Compiled from all sectors)