Brazil Hikes IOF to Stem BRL Rally

Oct 6, 2010

In its attempt to contain BRL appreciation, Brazil's finance ministry increased the IOF financial transaction tax on foreign investor inflows into domestic fixed income securities to 4% from 2%. Market consensus points to only a short-term effect on the BRL. Luis Cezario, an economist with Goldman Sachs, believes the BRL could weaken...

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