The year began with 70 million Brazilians in default.
According to data released by Serasa, the number broke a record this Monday (27).
The rate is the highest level of default ever recorded by the institution.
At the beginning of the pandemic, there were 60 million.
Also, according to the information, each CPF has three debts on average, resulting in a net debt of R$323 billion.
The curve of indebtedness began to rise in September 2021, and the reason given is the high inflation, which erodes the worker’s income, added to the rise in interest rates.
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