Brazil’s Goldfajn Confronts Tough Balancing Act at Debut Meeting

  • Traders, analysts say central bank will leave rate at 14.25%
  • Goldman Sachs’s Ramos says Goldfajn must tackle inflation

When Ilan Goldfajn presides over his first policy meeting on Wednesday as Brazil’s central bank chief, he’ll have a daunting task: reviving an economy mired in its worst recession in more than a century while restoring the bank’s inflation-fighting bona fides.

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