Goldman Sachs Raises Brazil's GDP Forecast for 2023 to 3.25%
After the announcement of a 0.9% increase in economic activity in the second quarter, the bank revised its forecast for GDP this year from 2.7% to 3.25% edit
247 - Goldman Sachs updated its forecast for Brazil's Gross Domestic Product (GDP) growth for 2023, raising it from 2.7% to 3.25%, following the announcement of a 0.9% increase in economic activity in the second quarter compared to the first, reports Valor Econômico.
The bank's director of economic research for Latin America, Alberto Ramos, states in a report that 'growth during the second quarter was driven by consumption (both private and public) and inventory accumulation.' He also says that, as a result, the 'statistical carryover' for the year moved from 2.4% to 3.1%. According to him, it is expected that economic activity will benefit from fiscal and para-fiscal stimuli, a real increase in wage mass, and a reduction in food price inflation.
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