The Brazilian economy grew for the four consecutive months in August, according to IBC-Br data released today by the Central Bank.
The indicator, considered a preview of GDP, registered growth of 1.06% in August, in comparison with July.
In relation to August last year, the result is a fall of 3.92%.
In the accumulated result for the year, the economic activity index registered a decrease of 5.44%. In the last 12 months, the fall is 3.09%.