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Markets received negative news on the Brazilian industrial sector last week, but leading indicators suggest that this is not the start of a protracted downtrend. We expect good news soon, on the back of the gradual reopening of the economy, an improving vaccine rollout and better external conditions, supporting Brazil's key exports.
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