Brazil's Swaps Tumble as Central Bank Said to Consider Selic CutBy and
Policy makers said to contemplate lower rates amid recession
Borrowing costs are currently at highest level since 2006
Brazilian swap rates, a measure of traders’ expectations of future borrowing costs, declined to a five-month low on speculation the central bank is considering an interest-rate cut to spur a rebound of Latin America’s largest economy.
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