BRASILIA, March 23 Brazil posted a current account deficit of $1.919 billion in February, down from a shortfall of $4.817 billion in January but above market expectations, central bank data showed on Wednesday.
The country was expected to post a current account deficit of $200 million, according to the median forecast in a Reuters poll of 19 analysts.
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