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Latin America | 30 April 2018 A Tough Week for the BRL, Any Relief Likely will be Temporary
The deterioration of global risk appetite and, in particular, domestic politics have put the Brazilian real under severe pressure in recent weeks.

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30 April 2018 A Tough Week for the BRL, Any Relief Likely will be Temporary

By Andres Abadia

The deterioration of global risk appetite and, in particular, domestic politics have put the Brazilian real under severe pressure in recent weeks.

Posted: 29th Apr 2018 in 'Latin America'

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