Brazil Real Joins Emerging-Market Slide as Traders Look to FedBy
Currency is still posting the best performance in the world
Positive U.S. economic survey seen bolstering case for hikes
Brazil’s real declined for the first time this week amid a broad selloff in emerging-market assets after the U.S. Beige Book economic survey appeared to strengthen the case for Federal Reserve rate increases.
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