The Central Bank of Brazil announced today that in July, Brazil recorded a positive balance of US$1.834 billion between the inflow and outflow of dollars in the country.
According to the issuer, with the result of July, Brazil recorded a positive balance of US$20.968 billion in exchange flow in the first seven months of the year, higher than the US$16.172 billion that entered the country in the same period last year.
In July, the financial channel, which includes foreign direct and portfolio investment, profit remittances, and interest payments, recorded a liquidity outflow of US . . .