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Net money inflow to Brazil closes 2021 with best result in 6 years – Central Bank

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Brazil recorded in 2021 the highest net inflow of foreign currency through the contracted exchange rate in six years, equivalent to just over US$6.1 billion, after three consecutive years of negative balances, Central Bank data showed Wednesday.

The foreign exchange flow was in surplus by US$6.134 billion year-to-date, the best result since 2015 (+US$9.414 billion).

The dollar surplus, however, represents a modest volume compared to the US$73.686 billion lost between 2018 and 2020. In 2020 alone, the deficit had been US$27.923 billion.

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