Market and Jobs Down in Brazil

Brazilian and Latin American bourses tumbled, in the wake of Tuesday’s U.S. interest rate hike, in which the Federal Reserve warned about building inflationary pressures.  Also, data released today showed the U.S. Consumer Price Index jumped 0.4% in February, four times the rate in January.

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