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Financiamento de imóveis cresce 32% em setembro

Financiamento de imóveis cresce 32% em setembro | Brazil_Economy | Scoop.it
Volume de empréstimos para compra e construção de imóveis com recursos da poupança somou R$ 9,16 bilhões em setembro, 32% a mais que em 2012
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World Cup Apartment Rentals Open in Tijuca

World Cup Apartment Rentals Open in Tijuca | Brazil_Economy | Scoop.it
By Benjamin Parkin, Contributing Reporter

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Those looking for rental alternatives to the increasingly expensive Zo
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Caixa Changes Rules to Property Loans in Brazil

Caixa Changes Rules to Property Loans in Brazil | Brazil_Economy | Scoop.it
Procuring a home equity loan with Caixa Econômica Federal has become easier now that the institution reshaped its line of property refinancing loans.
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The Vampire Squid Strikes Again: The Mega Banks' Most Devious Scam Yet

The Vampire Squid Strikes Again: The Mega Banks' Most Devious Scam Yet | Brazil_Economy | Scoop.it
Banks are no longer just financing heavy industry. They are actually buying it up and inventing bigger, bolder and scarier scams than ever
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Crédito imobiliário crescerá 15% em 2014, diz Abecip

Crédito imobiliário crescerá 15% em 2014, diz Abecip | Brazil_Economy | Scoop.it
O crescimento deverá ser moderado em relação ao aumento de 32% registrado em 2012
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Central bank data suggests Brazil slid into recession last year - FT.com

Central bank data suggests Brazil slid into recession last year - FT.com | Brazil_Economy | Scoop.it
Preliminary data show Brazil’s economy slipped into a technical recession in the second half of last year in a major challenge for President Dilma Rousseff, who faces an election this year. Gross domestic product shrank 0.2 per cent in the three
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Crédito imobiliário bateu recorde em 2013

Crédito imobiliário bateu recorde em 2013 | Brazil_Economy | Scoop.it
O número de unidades financiadas no período de janeiro a dezembro de 2013 cresceu 17%, somando 529,8 mil ante 453,2 mil em 2012
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Housing Market in Brazil Draws Caution

Housing Market in Brazil Draws Caution | Brazil_Economy | Scoop.it
By Lisa Flueckiger, Contributing Reporter

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL – The discussion about housing prices in Brazil was sparked again by a
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«Is There a Housing Bubble in Brazil?»

«Is There a Housing Bubble in Brazil?» | Brazil_Economy | Scoop.it
IPEA points to risk of bubble in Brazilian  housing market Source: Folhapress, via Brasilianas.Org. I translate ... Is there a housing bubble in Brazil? Five indicators for and against Pro Housing ...
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Brazil to soften rate hikes as economy nears recession

Brazil to soften rate hikes as economy nears recession | Brazil_Economy | Scoop.it
BRASILIA (Reuters) - Brazil's central bank will likely slow down the pace of rate hikes next week, easing pressure on an economy that nearly slipped into recession last year, a Reuters poll showed.Thirty-four
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beyondbrics

beyondbrics, from the Financial Times, brings news and comment from more than 40 emerging economies, headed by China, India, Brazil, Russia, Mexico, Indonesia and South Africa. We cover politics and economics, finance and business - everything that makes markets move.
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Brazil losing its appeal for private equity and venture capital - FT.com

Brazil losing its appeal for private equity and venture capital - FT.com | Brazil_Economy | Scoop.it
Private equity and venture capital groups have slashed fundraising for Brazil by more than 70 per cent over the past two years as the country’s gloomier economic outlook drives away larger companies such as London-based 3i. About $2.3bn was raised
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