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In Brazil, trying to pinpoint the end for both Rousseff and rout

SAO PAULO - As Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff moves ever closer to impeachment, traders are wondering if another end is near: the end of the yearlong market rout. While most agree it's too soon to declare either Rousseff's presidency or Brazil's stock and bond collapse are over, the debate is gaining steam. Franklin Templeton Investments Chairman Mark Mobius says he's already hunting for bargains among Brazilian stocks that are near their cheapest since 2000. Gam UK investment manager Tim Love has ratcheted up holdings of Brazil banks in his portfolio "on valuation grounds alone." And Solitaire Aquila portfolio manager Patrik Kauffmann said he sees an...