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Brazil’s Ibovespa opens weak with forecast of stronger monetary tightening in 2023

The Ibovespa (on São Paulo stock market B3) is down 0.15% in the opening of today's trading session (Jan. 16), at 110,753 points near 10:10 am, Brasília time.

Investors keep an eye on the situation of Americanas, which received protection for thirty days against the early maturity of debts.

In the United States, the week begins with the Martin Luther King Day holiday, which keeps the stock markets there closed.

The dollar drops 0.01% against the real around 10:10 am. The currency was trading at R$5.10.

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