Pantheon Macroeconomics - Inflation data in Brazil, Mexico and Chile last week reinforced our view that interest rates will remain
on hold, or be cut, over the coming meetings. The recent fall in oil prices, and the weakness of domestic demand, will offset recent volatility caused by the FX sell-off, driven mostly by the coronavirus story.

Latin America | 10 Feb 2020 Temporary Shocks Causes Volatility in LatAm Inflation, Trends are Stable
Inflation data in Brazil, Mexico and Chile last week reinforced our view that interest rates will remain on hold, or be cut, over the coming meetings. The recent fall in oil prices, and the weakness of domestic demand, will offset recent volatility caused by the FX sell-off, driven mostly by the coronavirus story.

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10 Feb 2020 Temporary Shocks Causes Volatility in LatAm Inflation, Trends are Stable

By Andres Abadia

Inflation data in Brazil, Mexico and Chile last week reinforced our view that interest rates will remain on hold, or be cut, over the coming meetings. The recent fall in oil prices, and the weakness of domestic demand, will offset recent volatility caused by the FX sell-off, driven mostly by the coronavirus story.

Posted: 10th Feb 2020 in 'Latin America'

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