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Brazil IPCA (Oct.)

The fourth consecutive decline in Brazil’s inflation rate, to 6.5% y/y in October, will be welcomed by policymakers at the central bank. That said, inflation is still well above target and will stay uncomfortably high for a while yet. As a result, we don’t expect Copom to cut interest rates before mid-2023.

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