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Latin America | 10 Sept 2019 Mexico's Inflation Plummets, with Capex Under Strain Banxico to Cut
Data released in recent days have supported our base case for further interest rate cuts in Mexico over the coming meetings.

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10 Sept 2019 Mexico's Inflation Plummets, with Capex Under Strain Banxico to Cut

By Andres Abadia

Data released in recent days have supported our base case for further interest rate cuts in Mexico over the coming meetings.

Posted: 10th Sep 2019 in 'Latin America'

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