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Latin America Documents | 20 October 2017 Domestic Fundamentals Remain Positive for Brazilian Markets
Recent economic indicators in Brazil have undershot consensus in recent weeks, but the economy nonetheless continues to recover.

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20 October 2017 Domestic Fundamentals Remain Positive for Brazilian Markets

By Andres Abadia

Recent economic indicators in Brazil have undershot consensus in recent weeks, but the economy nonetheless continues to recover.

Posted: 19th Oct 2017 in 'Latin America Documents'

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