The Central Bank's Monetary Policy Committee (Copom) is expected to maintain the introductory interest rate, the Selic, at 13.75% per year at its second meeting of the Lula 3 administration.
The decision is taken for granted, but the market is focusing on the Copom minutes, which give signals for the future of the country's economy, as economist Ricardo Aragon explains.
"An important point is the Copom minutes; what will be the tone of the Central Bank from now on."
"The last one was rigorous, but we had some relevant facts in the world, especially the crisis in . . .
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