RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - According to the 3rd edition of the quarterly FEBRABAN Radar survey on the evolution of Brazilians' economic expectations, approximately 2/3 of respondents said they expect more consistent signs of improvement in the economy to start only next year.
On the other end, only 9% believe in a solid recovery of domestic activity still in 2021.
The survey also showed that around 55% of the population say they do not expect their own financial situation to improve in 2021.
The result marks a slight worsening in the perception of respondents - in June, 52% said they saw . . .