Brazil’s Central Bank Signals More Rate Increases

Brazil’s central bank is indicating that it may keep on raising borrowing expenses for longer than most economists had predicted, reports Bloomberg. The bank’s board said in a statement that an adjustment of monetary conditions for a “sufficiently long period” is the “most adequate” strategy to guarantee inflation returns to its 4.5% target in fiscal 2012.

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