Direct Investment in the Country totals US$ 5.541 billion in October, reveals BC

Direct Investments in the Country (IDP) totaled US$ 5.541 billion in October, informed this Friday, 25th, the Central Bank (BC). In the same period last year, the amount had been US$ 3.375 billion. In September, US$ 9.185 billion in IDP entered.

The result was within the estimates calculated by Projeções Broadcast, which ranged from US$ 4.617 billion to US$ 7.000 billion, but was lower than the median of US$ 6.200 billion.

In the accumulated result for the year up to October, inflows of foreign investments destined for the productive sector totaled US$ 73.953 billion. The BC estimate for this year is an IDP of US$ 70 billion. The projection was maintained in the September Quarterly Inflation Report (RTI).

In the accumulated 12 months up to October this year, the balance of foreign investment was US$ 73.8 billion, which represents 4.05% of the Gross Domestic Product (GDP).

stock investment

Foreign investment in Brazilian stocks was positive at US$2.816 billion in October, according to the Central Bank. In the same month of last year, the result had been positive at US$ 796 million. In the accumulated result for the year up to October, the balance was positive at US$ 5.981 billion.

Net investment in investment funds in Brazil was positive at US$ 420 million in October. In the same month of last year, it had been negative by US$ 92 million. In the accumulated result for the year up to October, the funds recorded net outflows of US$ 128 million.

The balance of foreign investment in fixed income securities traded in the country was positive at US$ 14 million in October. In the same month of last year, it had been positive by US$ 802 million. In the accumulated of 2022 until the tenth month, the balance in fixed income was negative at US$ 7.683 billion.

scroll rate

The Central Bank also informed that the rollover rate for medium and long-term loans raised abroad was 105% in October. This level means that there was enough value raised to roll over commitments from companies in the period.

According to figures presented this Friday by the Central Bank, the rollover rate of long-term bonds was 45% in October. In the same month of 2021, it had been 90%. Direct loans reached 107% in the tenth month of the year, compared to 190% in October 2021.

In the year to October, the total rollover rate was 93%. Long-term bonds had a rate of 24% and direct loans, 106% in the period.

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