Market outlook for Brazil growth less pessimistic -central bank
SAO PAULO May 8 (Reuters) - Market views about medium-term economic growth in Brazil are starting to become more balanced and less pessimistic, central bank director Luiz Awazu Pereira said on Thursday.
In a speech to business leaders in Sao Paulo, Pereira said the U.S. Fed's stimulus tapering is well-managed, but will bring some market volatility. (Reporting by Tiago Pariz; Writing by Alonso Soto; Editing by Chris Reese)
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