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RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Rogerio Xavier and Luis Stuhlberger, who manage a combined US$21 billion (R$84 billion) at two of Brazil’s biggest hedge funds, say the Central Bank has done enough to stimulate Latin America’s largest economy.

The boost from another interest rate cut isn’t enough to make up for the potential risks, according to Xavier, a founding partner at SPX Capital. Markets are paying little attention to the . . .

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