RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Brazilians are still apprehensive about the economy's direction, and personal financial condition shows a new survey by the Brazilian Federation of Banks (Febraban), released on Wednesday.
Just over half of the 3,000 respondents (52%) do not believe that the personal financial situation recovers this year. About two-thirds (68%) do not expect a recovery of the Brazilian economy in 2021.
In a note, says Isaac Sidney, Febraban's president, said that most of the numbers in the current survey, called Radar Febraban, are better than the survey done last March, but the population's . . .