For the 11th consecutive week, the financial market has lowered its forecast for Brazilian inflation this year.
The estimate for the IPCA (National Wide Consumer Price Index) fell from 6.61% to 6.40%.
In the Focus Bulletin, the percentages were published this Monday (12) by the BC (Central Bank). Here you can find the entire document.
The report is published every Monday and summarizes the statistical forecasts of analysts surveyed by the Central Bank since 2000.
Despite the successive declines . . .