Economy is a subject that affects all of our lives. Therefore, it is important to monitor and, above all, understand what happens in this environment. Here in People’s Gazettewe have a tool that can help a lot: the Economy newsletter.
If you don’t know it yet, let’s introduce it. Written by editor Fernando Jasper, this newsletter delivers directly to your email a selection of the best reports produced by the Economy editor, as well as exclusive opinions from columnists at People’s Gazette.
There are two weekly editions, on Mondays and Wednesdays. To receive it, just leave your email in the box below:
When subscribing to the Economy newsletter, you will receive exclusive content that you will not find in any other vehicle.
We bring you coverage of everything that happens in the economic scenario: government policies, votes in Congress, the ups and downs of the financial market, fuel prices, interest rates, the job market.
We are also always attentive to everything related to the size of the State, the burden of taxes on companies and citizens and the freedom to work and undertake. In other words, everything that affects your pocket and the future of the country.
Look beyond the news
But it’s not just information. Our reports provide analyzes that go beyond news, anticipating trends and discussing developments. All of this with a critical eye and without ideological bias.
We also have special coverage of agribusiness, highlighting the positive examples and obstacles faced by this sector, which is one of the main drivers of the Brazilian economy.
And something new: exclusive reports on the energy area, with a close look at Brazil’s gigantic potential and everything you need to know about the new technologies developed here and abroad.
The newsletter also brings the opinion of the best team of columnists in Brazil, which includes names like JR Guzzo, Alexandre Garcia, Adolfo Sachsida and Deltan Dallagnol.
You also receive the Frases da Semana column, with the best and worst statements made by personalities, and the Ouça Essa! videos, in which journalist Marcos Tosi makes an unfiltered analysis of national politics.
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