RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - For the first time in 9 months the outflow of funds invested in stocks and fixed income exceeds the inflow of investments.
Foreign investors withdrew a net US$2.084 billion from financial investments in the stock market and fixed income in Brazil in March this year, reported the Central Bank on Monday, April 26th. This is the first net withdrawal of resources from financial applications since May last year, i.e. after nine months. The amount includes stocks, investment funds and fixed-income securities.
Of the withdrawals of financial investments from Brazil in March, according . . .
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