Brazil holds first Financial Stability Committee meeting

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The Central Bank of Brazil on Thursday held the first ordinary meeting of its Financial Stability Committee.

The committee was created on May 18, 2011 and at the time, the first meeting was scheduled to happen later that month. No reason was given for the delay. The group is a governance body of the central bank that addresses factors relating to financial stability in Brazil, such as preventing systemic risk and defining strategies for the central bank's conduct of processes related to

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