Brazil’s Federal Public Debt Closes September at R$4.156 Trillion

Last month, the Domestic Public Securities Debt climbed 2.04 percent, driven by heavy net issuance, as the National Treasury issued R$57.11 billion more debt than it redeemed.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The Federal Public Debt (DPF), one of the solvency indicators of the Brazilian economy, closed September at R$4.156 trillion (US$1.039 trillion). The figure is two percent higher than in August (R$4.074 trillion).

Last month, the Domestic Public Securities Debt, that in circulation in the domestic market, climbed 2.04 percent, from R$3.913 trillion to R$ 3.993 trillion. The indicator was driven by solid . . .

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