RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The Central Bank is optimistic with the economy's reaction and vigilant with inflation, said on Monday the institution's president, Roberto Campos Neto.
In his opening speech at a panel in the Brazil 2021 Investment Forum, organized by the government, Campos Neto pointed out that the latest indicators show that the Brazilian economy improved in the first quarter and that the second quarter is "a little bit better."
"I think the main doubt is the second half of the year, how much service sector recovery has already occurred, and how much is to follow," said . . .