Brazil Recession to Fuel Higher Mortgage Defaults, Moody's SaysBy
Economic woes to lead to higher delinquencies, payment delays
Higher borrowing costs to weigh on demand until mid-2017
Brazilian banks will write fewer mortgages this year as delinquency rates climb amid the country’s worst recession in more than a century, according to Moody’s Investors Service.
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