Brazil Central Bank Minutes Push Back Rate Cut BetsBy
July meeting minutes cite potential of persistent high prices
Central bank says disinflation pace slower than desired
Brazil’s central bank says it sees no room to cut its benchmark rate as inflation hasn’t been slowing fast enough and market expectations for price increases remain above the 2017 target.
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