Brazil has the highest real interest rates in the world, according to a ranking published by the asset manager Infinity Asset. It is in 1st place in a list made with 40 countries.
The real interest rates are those corrected by inflation. Infinity drew the projection for the next 12 months, which is the "ex-ante" calculation.
In December 2021, the estimated Brazilian real interest rates were 5.03%, below Turkey's (5.83%).
The chief economist of Austin Rating, Alex Agostini, calculated that the rate would be 7.8% in the next 12 months, starting in December.
From February . . .