Brazil's external accounts recorded a deficit of US$1.68 billion last April, the first negative result for the month since 2019, Brazil's Central Bank announced yesterday, Friday.
In April 2022, Brazil's current account had a surplus of US$100 million
The current account comprises the trade balance, the services and income account, and unilateral transfers, that is, resources sent by Brazilians living outside the country.
According to the Central Bank, the external accounts registered a deficit of US$ 13.678 billion from January to April, compared to a negative result of US$ 16.468 billion in . . .
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