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🏦 Less aggressive against inflation?

Good morning! Today, the next chapter in the Central Bank’s fight against inflation. Lula’s meeting with U.S. diplomacy. And the Supreme Court’s decision to limit Brazilians’ access to guns.

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Brazil’s monetary tightening coming to an end?

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Central Bank Chairman Roberto Campos Neto forecasts year-end inflation to be at 6.5 percent or lower. Photo: Pedro França/SF

It’s “Super Wednesday,” and the Brazilian Central Bank will join the U.S. Federal Reserve in determining whether to raise interest rates further in an effort to force inflation down. The Fed will announce its...

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