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Latin America Documents | 26 April 2017 Poor Q1 Data Puts Pressure on BanRep to Cut Rates Rapidly
Colombia's economy activity is deteriorating rapidly, suggesting that BanRep will have to cut interest rates on Friday. Incoming data make it clear that the economy has moved into a period of deceleration, painting a starkly different picture than a year ago.

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26 April 2017 Poor Q1 Data Puts Pressure on BanRep to Cut Rates Rapidly

By Andres Abadia

Colombia's economy activity is deteriorating rapidly, suggesting that BanRep will have to cut interest rates on Friday. Incoming data make it clear that the economy has moved into a period of deceleration, painting a starkly different picture than a year ago.

Posted: 25th Apr 2017 in 'Latin America Documents'

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