Brazil’s Benchmark Interest Rate Falls to 7% and Reaches Lowest Level to Date

On Wednesday, December 6, in its last meeting of the year, the Copom (Brazil’s Central Bank’s Monetary Policy Committee) decided to cut the country’s benchmark interest rate (Selic) by 0.5%, reaching 7% a year.
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