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Latin America | 8 February 2019 Brazil's Policymakers are in no Rush to Change Rates Reform is the Key
The Brazilian Central Bank's policy board--the Copom--voted unanimously on Wednesday to keep the Selic rate on hold at 6.50%.

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8 February 2019 Brazil's Policymakers are in no Rush to Change Rates Reform is the Key

By Andres Abadia

The Brazilian Central Bank's policy board--the Copom--voted unanimously on Wednesday to keep the Selic rate on hold at 6.50%.

Posted: 8th Feb 2019 in 'Latin America'

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