The further fall in Brazilian inflation, to 5.6% y/y in February, was driven mainly by a drop in food inflation. Core inflation pressures remain uncomfortably strong for the central bank, which, coming alongside elevated fiscal risks, mean that rate cuts are not on the cards anytime soon.
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