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Latin America | 26 September 2018 Brazil's External Accounts Will Remain Resilient the BRL Will Help
Brazilian financial assets lately appear to be responding only to developments in the presidential election race and external jitters.

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26 September 2018 Brazil's External Accounts Will Remain Resilient the BRL Will Help

By Andres Abadia

Brazilian financial assets lately appear to be responding only to developments in the presidential election race and external jitters.

Posted: 26th Sep 2018 in 'Latin America'

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