This Wednesday’s Genial/Quaest survey brought new data about the position of Brazilian financial market agents regarding the Lula government’s economic policy.
The “What does the financial market think” survey says that 98% of those interviewed believe the country’s economic policy is going in the wrong direction.
Only 2% of those interviewed consider that the government’s proposals are on the right track.
In addition, 90% of the survey participants believe that the current policy will not generate public debt sustainability.
Concerning the expectation for the economy in the next 12 months, 78% of those interviewed expect . . .