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Updated economic indicators - 2017, August 1

On July 26, 2017, the Monetary Policy Committee of the Brazilian Banco Central (COPOM) again declined by one percentage point the discount rate (SELIC) to 9.25%. 589 more words

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Updated economic indicators – 2017, June 5

The last few weeks have been marked by the strong shake caused by Joesley Batista, owner of JBS, one of the largest industrial groups in Brazil, released on 17/5/2017. 543 more words

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The week ahead in Brazil – stay up to date with all the economic releases from May 15 until May 19

The second week of May kicks off with the Central Bank’s growth proxy, the IBC-Br, forecast to remain in the red as the recession continues to bite. 495 more words

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The week ahead in Brazil – stay up to date with all the economic releases from May 01 until May 05

It is another holiday-shortened week here in Brazil and one that is rather thin with top-line data releases. The main highlights are the Markit Manufacturing PMI and the Balance of Trade on the first day of the week, the next day brings industrial production and, on the final day, car sales. 655 more words

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The week ahead in Brazil – stay up to date with all the economic releases from April 24 until April 28

The last week of April is upon us and, after two holiday-shortened weeks, there is a full agenda of releases. The highlights at the start of the week are tax collection and external data. 500 more words

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The Central Bank of Brazil considered a more aggressive rate cut according to Copom minutes

The Central Bank of Brazil’s Monetary Policy Committee discussed cutting the Selic rate by more than 1% at its last meeting but scotched the idea due to current risks to economic stability. 79 more words

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The week ahead in Brazil – stay up to date with all the economic releases from April 17 until April 21

It’s another holiday-shortened week here in Brazil, however, there are some important releases such as the minutes of the Central Bank meeting and inflation data. Below is the full schedule of economic releases in Brazil from Monday, April 17 to Friday, April 21 (all times are local). 530 more words

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