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20th Jan 2023 15:32Latin America, Daily Monitor

  • Increased policy noise in Brazil highlights the complicated job the central bank will face this year.
  • Interest rate cuts are badly needed, but Lula’s criticism of the BCB is making policymakers uneasy.
  • Brazil and Argentina intend to move towards a common South American currency; it won’t work.

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