RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - U.S. labor market data and Fed and ECB meeting minutes take center stage amid fears that monetary tightening by major central banks could lead to a global recession.
In Brazil, IPCA and industry data will be released. The Chamber should begin analyzing the PEC (constitutional amendment) of fuels.
PAYROLLS AND FED MINUTES
Amid fears of a global recession, investors will be watching U.S. labor market data next Friday.
It is expected that 275,000 new jobs will be created in June, while the unemployment rate is likely to remain at 3.6%, according to . . .