Silva has won in Brazil. He has said he won't default, and I don't know if J. Pierpont is as heavy into Brazilian debt as Rockumfella bank, but definitely something to look at. I would assume Silva would still use the threat of default (now that he's won the election) to force debt renegotiation (I know, I would).
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