(Bloomberg) -- Most emerging-market stocks fell as Brazil’s Ibovespa sank a day after entering a bear market, while investors weighed prospects for global stimulus measures.

Brazil’s stock index was poised for the lowest close since August 2011 as papermaker Klabin SA tumbled on plans to sell securities. Egypt’s shares slid into a bear market after MSCI Inc. said it may review the nation’s emerging-market status. The Borsa Istanbul Stock Exchange National 100 Index snapped a two- day plunge, led by banks. Indonesia’s stocks gained as PT Unilever Indonesia ended a four-day tumble.

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