Brazil Keeps 14.25% Rate Amid Political Turmoil, RecessionMario Sergio Lima and Raymond Colitt
Decision comes hours after historic impeachment of president
Swap traders expect next move to be a reduction by year-end
Brazil kept borrowing costs unchanged for the ninth straight meeting on Wednesday, as policy makers grapple with a deepening recession, stubborn inflation and the fallout from a presidential impeachment trial.
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