Brazil cenbank chief cancels U.S. trip to monitor markets
SAO PAULO Aug 21 (Reuters) - Brazil's central bank chief Alexandre Tombini canceled a trip to the United States to attend a meeting of world central bankers so that he could stay and monitor the country's financial markets, a central bank spokesman said on Wednesday.
Tombini was expected to attend the U.S. Federal Reserve's annual policy conference in Jackson Hole, Wyoming, on Thursday and Friday.
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