Pantheon Macroeconomics - Mexico's underlying inflation pressures and financial conditions are gradually stabilizing. Eventually, this will open the door for rate cuts in order to ease the stress on the domestic economy, particularly capex.

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10 July 2017 Banxico Will Start to Mull Lower Interest Rates Early Next Year

By Andres Abadia

Mexico's underlying inflation pressures and financial conditions are gradually stabilizing. Eventually, this will open the door for rate cuts in order to ease the stress on the domestic economy, particularly capex.

Posted: 9th Jul 2017 in 'Latin America Documents'

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