Brazil's central bank head of economics resigns

The head of economic policy at Brazil's central bank, Ilan Goldfajn, resigned on Thursday 22 May but denied the decision had anything to do with criticism the Bank received at not cutting interest rates earlier in the week.

Source: Associated Press

A top Brazilian central bank official resigned Thursday, a day after the bank rejected pleas to cut the country's benchmark interest rate.

Ilan Goldfajn, the bank's head of economic policy, denied that his resignation was related to criticism of the

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