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  • Financing for the 2016/2017 harvest exceeds R $ 137 billion

    Business Agriculture

    Credit contracting was applied for costs, marketing, investments and industrialization, mainly of soy and maize

  • BB announces R $ 103 billion for 2017 and 2018 harvest

    Safra Plan

    The institution also announced the reduction of interest for the lines of costing, investment and commercialization of business agriculture

    On Tuesday (11), Banco do Brasil announced the allocation of R $ 103 billion to finance the 2017/2018 Safra Plan. Of this total, 91.5 billion in rural credit to producers and cooperatives and 11.5 billion to companies in the agribusiness chain. 

  • IBGE: industrial production rises in ten regions of the 14 surveyed

    Productive sector

    In May, Brazilian industry production continued to grow in most of the country and increased 4% compared to the same period of the previous year

    In another sign of strength of the productive sector, ten of the 14 sites surveyed by the Brazilian Institute of Geography and Statistics (IBGE) showed growth in industrial production from April to May.  

  • Petrobras reduces gasoline price by 2%


    With a policy of periodic adjustments, the state makes a new cut in fuel. Price changes at refineries as of Tuesday (11)

    For the third consecutive time in a week, Petrobras announced a new cut in the price of two fuels. As of this Tuesday (11), the diesel will be 1.7% cheaper in refineries, and gasoline, 2%. The information is on the company's website.

  • Market forecasts inflation and lower interest rates in 2017 and 2018

    Focus Bulletin

    Projections of analysts consulted by the Central Bank is that the IPCA 2017 ends the year at 3.38%

    For the sixth consecutive week, the financial market improved expectations for inflation in 2017. Analysts now bet that the Broad Consumer Price Index (IPCA) will end the year at 3.38%, compared to the previous estimate of 3 , 46%.

  • Balance has a surplus of US $ 1 billion in the first week of July

    Foreign trade

    In comparison with the first week of July last year, the country's average sales abroad grew by 4.3%

    The Brazilian trade balance was positive at US $ 1.045 billion in the first week of July. According to the Ministry of Industry, Foreign Trade and Services, the result of the period was formed by the difference between exports of US $ 4.055 billion and imports of US $ 3.010 billion. 

  • June's Esocial Guide Should Be Paid Until This Friday (7)


    Payment can be made at a bank teller, in addition to lottery, internet banking and electronic channels

    Domestic employers may make payment of the Social Security Collection Document (EAD) referring to the jurisdiction of the month of June until this Friday (7)

  • Petrobras reduces diesel and gasoline prices by 0.5%


    Fuels were readjusted at the refinery. New prices become effective as of Friday (7)

    Petrobras announced on Thursday (6), but a cut in gasoline and diesel prices at its refineries. As of Friday (7), the price of the two fuels will retreat 0.5%. The information is on the company's website.

  • IPCA decelerates in June and marks first deflation in 11 years


    Since 2006, the country's official inflation did not register a negative variation

    Amid the stabilization of the economy, the country recorded a fall in prices (deflation) for the first time in 11 years. In June, the Broad Consumer Price Index (IPCA), which measures official inflation, declined by  0.23 %. This is also the best result for the month since the creation of the Real Plan in 1994.

  • Fies will have credit of R $ 250 million for worker

    Student financing

    Program will open 20 thousand vacancies to serve worker with a formal contract and register of beneficiary of the salary bonus

  • Senate approves bill to return precatórios not drawn to public coffers

    Public Accounts

    For minister of Planning, Development and Management, the measure will contribute to the fiscal adjustment

    The Federal Senate approved, on the night of Wednesday (5), the bill that cancels the payment of precatórios that are not withdrawn in up to two years. Precepts are values ​​owed by the Union, states and municipalities to citizens who have won lawsuits.

  • Ministry of Mines and Energy proposes reform of the electric sector


    Proposal that improves the regulatory framework was released on Thursday (6) and will be in public consultation for 30 days

  • Senate speeds up work on labor modernization project

    Related searches

    Agreement between party leaders foresees voting on July 11. Proposal gives strength to collective bargaining, and makes contracting rules simpler

    By 46 votes to 19, the Federal Senate approved on Tuesday (4) the urgency requirement of the project that modernizes the Brazilian labor legislation. According to the schedule scheduled by the senators, the discussion on merit starts tomorrow (5) and ends next week.

  • With reforms and improvements in the indices, Brazil creates an environment for investments

    Resumption of growth

    Falling inflation and interest rates, improved levels of confidence and investment returns are part of the effects of government measures

  • Petrobras announces reduction of cooking gas price


    In a statement, state officials explained that the measure is only valid for residential cooking gas


  • Microentrepreneurs can split debts with Revenue


    Debts can be paid in up to 120 times with a minimum installment of R $ 50; Deadline to join the program ends in October

  • New vehicle sales grow 5.15% in June


    Fenabrave's projections improve with latest car and light commercial data. Forecast is up 4.3% at year-end

  • Job market reheats for young people


    In May, 611,000 people under the age of 29 began to work

  • Market forecasts lower inflation in 2017 and 2018

    Focus Bulletin

    The Consumer Price Index (IPCA) is expected to end the year at 3.46%

    For the fifth consecutive week, the financial market improved expectations for inflation in 2017. Analysts are now betting that the Broad Consumer Price Index (IPCA) will end the year at 3.46%, compared to the previous estimate of 3 , 48%.

  • Oil production grows for the third consecutive year, says ANP


    Main reason for the increase was the pre-salt oil supply, which reached an average of 1 million barrels per day in 2016

  • Trade balance has best 1st half in 29 years


    All product lines showed growth. Oil, raw sugar and cargo vehicles are among the top sellers

    The Brazilian trade balance registered the best first half in 29 years. According to the Ministry of Industry, Foreign Trade and Services, the difference between imports and exports left a positive balance of US $ 36.2 billion in the period.

  • Resources from the Safra 2017/2018 Plan will be released as of this second (3)

    Agricultural credit

    The federal government has released R $ 190.25 billion for costing, marketing and investments in agriculture and livestock

  • Analysis confirms food safety of poultry sold to EU


    Report sent to the European Union confirms food and sanitary security in production. Ministry will strengthen number of inspectors

    The Ministry of Agriculture has sent to the European Union a report proving the food safety of poultry produced in Brazil. The analyzes made in refrigerators ruled out the existence of two types of salmonellas that can affect public health: tifimurium and enteritidis.

  • Monetary council reduces inflation target for 2019 and 2020


    After extraordinary organ meeting, economic team revised down the index, for the first time since 2003

    For the first time in 14 years, the National Monetary Council (CMN) has revised down the inflation target for the coming years. At a press conference on Thursday (29), the economic team announced an inflation target of 4.25% for 2019 and 4% for 2020, both with a 1.5 percentage point tolerance.