Brazil’s central bank raised interest rates by 50 basis points and signaled further tightening in the weeks to come as Latin America’s biggest economy seeks to rein in a worrying surge in inflation. In a hawkish statement, the central bank increased the benchmark Selic rate to 11.25% in a move that could lead to further pressure on Brazil’s currency, the real, to appreciate against the dollar. – FT
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