Investors aren't too happy with Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff's re-election in a runoff vote on Sunday. Rousseff, who took office in 2011, narrowly defeated opponent Aecio Neves, winning just 51.6 percent of the votes. Rousseff has come under great criticism for her economic policies with weak growth and high inflation near 7 percent plaguing Brazil for years. Stocks in Brazil have suffered double-digit declines and some fear the country is at risk of losing its investment grade rating. TheStreet's Scott Gamm speaks with Joydeep Mukherji, Managing Director, Sovereign Ratings at Standard & Poor's.