Brazil’s total public debt increased by 1.01% in June over May, to R$ 3.754 trillion, listed below the amount specified in the Annual Funding Strategy, in between R$ 3,780 trillion and R$ 3,980 trillion, according to the National Treasury.
In June, domestic debt increased by 0.94% compared with the previous month, to R$ 3.607 trillion, corresponding to 96.09% of total stock. External debt in securities rose 2.67% to R$ 146.79 billion.
Brazil’s total fixed-rate financial obligation was up to 34.29% in June, from 34.67% in May, while the typical expense of debt increased from 10.04% to 10.31% in the duration.
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