Brasília – The country’s dollar inflow surpassed outflow in April, according to data from the Brazilian Central Bank (BC) released this Wednesday (9), resulting in a net inflow of USD 14.394 billion. In May’s first three business days, there was a net inflow of USD 238 million. From January to May 4, net inflow stood at USD 17.347 billion.
In April, the financial flow (investments in bonds, profits and dividends remittances and foreign direct investments, among other operations) posted a surplus of USD 6.756 billion, while the commercial flow (export and import-related FX operations) posted a surplus of USD 7.638 billion.
Translated by Sérgio Kakitani