RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The exchange flow in Brazil for the year through May 22nd was negative at US$10.264 (R$55) billion, the Brazilian Central Bank reported on Wednesday, May 27th. In the same period last year, the result was positive at US$3.787 billion. The data largely reflect the impact of the novel coronavirus pandemic on foreign currency flow, particularly in March and April.
The financial outflow this year through May 22nd stood at US$32.918 billion, resulting from US$213.236 billion in investments and US$246.154 billion in withdrawals. The segment includes . . .