Brazilian Real Joins Emerging-Market Advance Amid Fed SignalsBy and
U.S. central bank stresses gradual path for tighter policy
Low U.S. rates seen keeping allure of developing nations
Brazil’s real joined gains in emerging-market currencies after the Federal Reserve underscored a gradual pace toward tighter monetary policy, boosting the appeal of riskier assets.
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