SÃO PAULO--Brazil posted a current-account deficit of $2.4 billion in November, compared with a deficit of $343 million in October, the country's central bank said Wednesday.
The 12-month current account deficit widened in November to $11.3 billion, or 0.56% of gross domestic product, compared with $9.6 billion in October.
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Net foreign direct investment in the country declined to $5 billion in November, from $8.2 billion in October, the central bank said.
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December 20, 2017 08:03 ET (13:03 GMT)