Brazil's Inflation Unexpectedly Slows as Recession Bites

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  • Consumer prices still rise beyond the official target range
  • Airfare costs jump 37%, weighing on December inflation

Brazilian inflation unexpectedly slowed last month, beating forecasts from all analysts surveyed by Bloomberg, as food prices rose less than in the previous month amid a deepening recession.

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