Brazil's Central Bank on Wednesday left the Selic benchmark interest rate at 13,75%, but in the adjoining release, the bank's rate setting committee, Copom said the high interest rate policy is expected to last longer than market expectations because of fiscal risksAdd your comment!
Brazil's yearly inflation has been projected to reach 5.92% by the end of 2022, a 0.01% increase from last week's estimates, according to the Central Bank's (BCB) bulletin released Monday, while the Gross Domestic Product is expected to close at 3.05%.
Foreign travelers have left behind record-high amounts of money in Brazil, according to a Central Bank (BCB) report released Tuesday.
Brazil's Central Bank (BCB) Monday confirmed foreign travelers had spent US$416 million in the country during September of 2022, the highest figure for the month since September of 2016, the year of the Olympic and Paralympic Games in Rio de Janeiro, which recorded US$ 446 million in revenues.
Brazilian economic authorities have cut down projections regarding 2022's annual inflation from 5.71% to 5.62%, it was reported Monday. It was the 16th consecutive reduction of the National Wide Consumer Price Index (IPCA) estimate.
Brazil's Central Bank Monetary Policy Committee (Copom) decided on Wednesday to keep its basic Selic interest rate unchanged at 13,75%, putting an end to twelve consecutive increases which took off in 2021 with the purpose of bringing down inflation.
Brazil's economy jumped 1.17% in July from June's figures, according to the Central Bank's Economic Activity Index (IBC-Br) released Thursday based on seasonally adjusted data.
Brazil's Central Bank (BCB) CEO Roberto Campos Neto said Monday that the worst part of inflation in his country was over, after the proper tools to curb the process had been taken.
Brazil's Central Bank (BCB) Thursday announced it projected a 1.7% increase in the country's Gross Domestic Product (GDP) by the end of 2022, thus improving a previous forecast released in March, which mentioned merely 1%.
Brazilian economic authorities Friday announced they had received an invitation from the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) Council to abide by both the Capital Movements Liberalization Code and the Intangible Current Operations Liberalization Code.