The Brazilian Large & Mid Cap stocks Segment on TrackInsight has slid by -2,39% yesterday (Wednesday, May 7th) and incurred withdrawals of $75 million from the primary market. Brazil is the most infected nation and has the highest death toll in South America due to Covid-19. In this context, the controversial president Bolsonaro is losing popularity due to his response to the public health emergency and the recent resignation of his popular Justice Minister Sergio Moro, insinuating the president abused his authority to obstruct the system. In this crisis within a crisis, Brazilian stocks ETFs show an average loss year-to-date of -49,27%, one of the worst performing emerging market countries. In 2020, investors pulled $ 737 million out from this segment of 16 ETFs which now represents $ 5,45 Bn of assets under management.