Total FX flow in January until the 20th is negative at US$ 992 million, shows BC

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After ending December with net outflows of US$ 12.482 billion, the country registered a negative exchange flow of US$ 992 million in January, up to the 20th, informed this Wednesday (25th), the Central Bank. In 2022, the balance was positive at US$ 9.574 billion.

The financial channel posted net outflows of US$909 million in the period. This is the result of contributions in the amount of US$ 29.780 billion and withdrawals totaling US$ 30.689 billion. The segment brings together foreign direct and portfolio investments, profit remittances and interest payments, among other operations.

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In foreign trade, the January balance, up to the 20th, was negative by US$ 83 million, with imports of US$ 12.619 billion and exports of US$ 12.536 billion. Exports include US$ 1.388 billion in Advances on Exchange Contracts (ACC), US$ 2.276 billion in Prepayments (PA) and US$ 8.872 billion in other inflows.

Weekly

Brazil registered a positive exchange flow of US$ 666 million last week, from January 16th to 20th, according to the Central Bank.

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The financial channel showed net inflows of US$ 724 million in the period. This is the result of contributions in the amount of US$ 10.101 billion and withdrawals totaling US$ 9.377 billion.

In foreign trade, last week’s balance was negative at US$ 57 million, with imports of US$ 3.767 billion and exports of US$ 3.710 billion. Exports include US$553 million in ACC, US$655 million in Prepayment and US$2.502 billion in other inflows.

Source: CNN Brasil

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