Brazil central bank launches $60 billion currency intervention

SAO PAULO (Reuters) – Brazil’s central bank announced a currency-intervention program on Thursday that will provide $60 billion worth of cash and insurance to the foreign-exchange market by year-end, a move aimed at bolstering the country’s currency, the real, as it slips to near five-year lows against the dollar.

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