NEW YORK (TheStreet) -- Shares of Banco Bradesco (BBD) - Get Report recovered to close up 5.94% to $14.09 on Tuesday after the stock plummeted Monday following Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff's re-election on Sunday.

The incumbent narrowly won the runoff election against challenger Aecio Neves. Rousseff earned 51.59% of the vote, while Neves amassed 48.41%.

The news sent Brazilian stocks down on Monday as the real dropped to a nine-year low. Brazilian bank Banco Bradesco was one of numerous stocks to drop Monday in the wake of Rousseff's re-election.

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Investors had typically supported the conservative Neves in the election and opposed Rousseff's handling of state-run companies.

More than 12.3 million shares changed hands Tuesday, compared to the average volume of 10,166,000.

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