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Brazilian retail sales extended their strong start to the year in February; the outlook for the Q1 data is solid.
The March services PMI was robust, pointing to resilient spending; but downside risks abound.
High inflation, and the war in Ukraine, which has pushed up energy costs, are squeezing real wages.
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