Brazil: impact of coronavirus (COVID-19) on GDP growth 2020

As of May 22, 2020, the gross domestic product (GDP) of Brazil was forecasted to decrease by 5.89 percent during 2020, down from a 5.12 percent decrease estimated in the previous week. This figure, which had remained stable at 2.3 percent during the first six weeks of the year, has decreased for the fifteenth consecutive week. The result has been linked with the impacts of COVID-19 in Brazil.

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Forecasted impact of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) on gross domestic product (GDP) growth in Brazil in 2020

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Release date

May 2020



Survey time period

January to May 2020

Supplementary notes

The figures are market projections/expectations compiled and published weekly by the Central Bank of Brazil.
This statistic was compiled using several releases of the report.

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