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The Lula ruling, Brazil’s debt problem and the BCB

The annulment of left-wing former President Lula’s criminal convictions has significantly increased the likelihood of a looser fiscal stance, which could put Brazil’s public debt back onto an unsustainable path. The central bank is more likely to hike interest rates and sovereign bond yields could rise further.

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