The Brazilian central bank’s decision to leave the Selic rate unchanged at 13.75% after 12 consecutive hikes makes it one of the first central banks globally to bring its tightening cycle to an end. Policymakers are likely to turn to interest rate cuts around the middle of next year and the easing cycle will progress only slowly.
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