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Brazil: inflation pressures starting to re-surface

Headline inflation in Brazil has declined in recent months, but a deeper dig into the data shows that underlying price pressures are starting to build again. Although another 50bp cut in the Selic rate at the next central bank meeting in March is nailed on, we think it won’t be that long before the easing cycle shifts down a gear.  

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