News in brief

20 Dec 2002


Brazil's C bonds soared to 66.25 on Thursday from 63.69 earlier in the week after the country's central bank raised the local Selic interest rate to 25% from 22% in a bid to control inflation.

While the move was applauded by investors, it forced ...

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