Brazil’s Inflation Rate Slows More Than Forecast in November


Financial Times  | Fri, Dec 7, 2018

by Andres Schipani


Brazil’s inflation rate slowed in November, according to new data which sharpen market expectations that the central bank will hold rates steady at next week’s meeting.

Annual consumer price inflation in Brazil — as measured by the IPCA index — eased to 4.05 per cent in the 12 months through November, according to figures released on Friday by the IBGE, the country’s statistics agency.

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