The latest data suggest that Brazil’s labour market isn’t softening as quickly as we and many others (not least the central bank) had anticipated. That’s keeping wage growth high and, while that may help to support growth in Q2, it will probably deter Copom from lowering interest rates for some time – despite the drop in headline inflation and progress on the fiscal front.
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