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Latin America | 8 December 2017 Brazil's Central Bank Leaves the Door Open for More Easing in Q1
The Brazilian central bank cut its benchmark Selic interest rate by 50bp, to 7.0%, on Thursday night and confirmed our view that the end of the easing cycle is not far off.

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8 December 2017 Brazil's Central Bank Leaves the Door Open for More Easing in Q1

By Andres Abadia

The Brazilian central bank cut its benchmark Selic interest rate by 50bp, to 7.0%, on Thursday night and confirmed our view that the end of the easing cycle is not far off.

Posted: 7th Dec 2017 in 'Latin America'

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