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(Bloomberg) – Maturities along Brazil’s sovereign yield curve were little changed in Monday afternoon trading. 1-year yield fell 1.1bps to 2,766% 8-year yield was little changed at 7.047% The 10-year yield rose 1bps to 7.46% The yield spread between 1 year and 10 years was 469.4bps, compared to the previous close of 467.4bps Shares Ibovespa Brasil Sao Paulo Stock Exchange Index rose 0.5% CDS 5-year Brazil bonds expanded 1.2bps to 154.1bps. The Bloomberg Barclays Brazilian government bond index rose 6.9% over the past year. The Ibovespa Brazil Sao Paulo Stock Exchange Index rose 2.9% in the same period. The following table shows the yield rate offers according to the market and the changes for the main terms in the sovereign market of Brazil: Relevant functions: Treasury Bonds and markets MonetaryChart CurvesCountry GuideClick here to follow First Word Fixed Income news, which includes headlines, notes and analyzes selected by editors for their relevance to the FX and bond markets of Latin America. For more articles like this, please visit us at bloomberg .comSubscribe now to stay ahead with the most trusted business news source. © 2020 Bloomberg LP

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