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BRASILIA, June 24 (Reuters) - Brazil's current account surplus rose in May to $1.2 billion, central bank data showed on Friday, less than expected by economists in a Reuters poll forecasting a $1.9 billion surplus.
The country attracted $6.145 billion in foreign direct investment in May, above forecasts in a Reuters poll for investments of $5.8 billion in the month. Brazil's current account surplus totaled $400 million in April. (Reporting by Marcela Ayres; Writing by Silvio Cascione)