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However, non-resident investors have taken positions in Brazil's on-shore yield curve via derivatives, which could introduce volatility in the foreign exchange and government securities markets should sentiment in Brazil and emerging markets more broadly deteriorate.
In considering rating downgrades for FMT and FIL, such action would be likely if operating performance deteriorates or if the company has difficulty executing its business plan.
According to a new General Accounting Office (GAO) study, decades of widespread underinvestment in the nations federal research infrastructure have allowed major facilities across the United States to deteriorate badly.
A coating of stucco applied during the 1960's had also begun to deteriorate.
Social unrest will intensify in 2005 as social conditions continue to deteriorate.
Additionally, the council is scheduled to reconsider drafting an ordinance to crack down on landlords who allow the apartments to deteriorate.