Brazil Real Weakens as Central Bank Steps Up Intervention EffortBy
Central bank acts to weaken real as it rose to one-year high
Intervention may not be enough to keep currency from rising
Brazil’s real slipped the most in Latin America as the central bank escalated efforts to weaken the currency, counteracting optimism after lawmakers voted to move forward with the impeachment of suspended President Dilma Rousseff.
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