Central Banks

Brazil leaves its benchmark interest rate unchanged

Central Bank of Brazil leaves rate at 6.5%


  • no requirement for additional easing to send inflation back to target
  • slow, gradual economic recovery (recent indicators showing some weakness)
  • Inflation outlook favourable, underlying metrics remain low
  • Risk of change in the outlook for emerging markets has got worse

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