Independent central banks were better at controlling inflation without damaging output or employment, says study.
The Political Heat Is On for Central Banks From U.S. to Asia
Brazil’s central bank held its key rate unchanged at a record low at its last meeting.
Gays for Bolsonaro: Why Many Will Overlook His Homophobic Rants
Your Guide to Brazil’s Wildly Unpredictable Election
Leftist presidential candidate Fernando Haddad jumped in the first Datafolha opinion poll published.
Brazil's Presidential Frontrunner Undergoes Further Surgery After Stabbing
Attacker Says God Sent Him to Stab Brazilian Presidential Candidate
Global economic growth is less synchronized and faces increasing threats, according to a G-20 draft.
Protest Votes Grow Ahead of Brazil's Hard-to-Call Election
Emerging market central banks are losing the battle with markets.
Brazil Growth Forecast Falls Off a Cliff on Strike, Uncertainty
Pro-business leaders in South America struggle for growth as their policies run into local crises and EM turbulence
Brazil Corruption Probe Has No Expiration Date, Judge Moro Says
Brazil's Pro-Business Candidate Won't Win Alone, Protege Says
Senator Who Led Opposition to Lula's Party Faces Graft Trial
Politician's Murder Deals Blow to Temer's Security Policy in Rio
Yachts and Threats Could Sink Brazil's Would-Be Labor Minister
Workers' Party Launches Lula Candidacy After Conviction Upheld
Economists See Brazil Rates Below 7 Percent for First Time Ever
Cambridge Analytica Partner Won't Stomach Brazil Fringe Politics