the new government started, and the economy experienced a real roller coaster. Mismatched speeches and the lack of clarity about how the economy will be in the coming years generated a strong volatility in business – the famous rises and falls of prices.
Even those who take the quieter, more conservative path – fixed income – have doubts. Is it time to invest in prefixed securities, those in which you already know today how much you will receive in the future? or is it time to invest in post-fixed ones – those that will follow the Selic rate – whether for good or for bad.
In The Great Debate-Investments this Monday (9), on the one hand, Carla Argenta, chief economist at CM Capital, who currently prefers fixed rates. On the other hand, Alejandro Schiuma, head of Fixed Income and Credit at EQI Asset, who prefers floating rates.
“The Great Debate – Investing” There will always be the presence of two specialists with antagonistic views to discuss the pros and cons of the different options and investment solutions, in addition to topics from the world of personal finance and the financial market.
The attraction is weekly and airs on Mondays at 7:50 pm.
*Published by Ana Carolina Nunes and produced by Letícia Brito
Source: CNN Brasil
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