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2nd Mar 2023 16:26Latin America, Daily Monitor

  • Brazil’s economic recovery stalled in Q4, following an impressive performance during the previous five quarters.
  • Falling capex, tight financing conditions, and elevated policy noise, have put the economy under renewed strain.
  • Rate cuts are coming, assuming the BRL remains under control, and President Lula ends his war on the BCB.

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