BofA survey shows Brazil’s 2022 elections among main risks monitored by Latin American managers

The survey also highlights investors' concern with a potential monetary policy blunder by the Fed, the U.S. central bank.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - With investors closely monitoring the Brazilian political scenario, the 2022 presidential elections are starting to enter the radar of investment fund managers in Latin America and may dominate discussions in the coming months.

According to the "Latam Fund Manager Survey", released on Tuesday, July 13, by Bank of America (BofA), about 30% of managers are considering the Brazilian electoral scenario as one of the main risks to be monitored in the region.

Also in Latin America, 40% of investors consulted listed a potential monetary policy blunder by the Federal Reserve as one of the risks to . . .

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