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Latin America Documents | 8 September 2017 Brazil's Central Bank Eases Boldly, but Hints at Slower Cuts Ahead
Brazil's improving economic and political situation allowed the BCB to cut the Selic rate by 100bp to 8.25% at its Wednesday meeting, matching expectations.

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8 September 2017 Brazil's Central Bank Eases Boldly, but Hints at Slower Cuts Ahead

By Andres Abadia

Brazil's improving economic and political situation allowed the BCB to cut the Selic rate by 100bp to 8.25% at its Wednesday meeting, matching expectations.

Posted: 7th Sep 2017 in 'Latin America Documents'

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