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Latin America | 13 May 2020 Ugly Data in Mexico Continue to Set the Stage for Further Rate Cuts
More depressing economic numbers in LatAm have been released in recent days, and high frequency data continue to show a near-term bleak outlook.

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13 May 2020 Ugly Data in Mexico Continue to Set the Stage for Further Rate Cuts

By Andres Abadia

More depressing economic numbers in LatAm have been released in recent days, and high frequency data continue to show a near-term bleak outlook.

Posted: 13th May 2020 in 'Latin America'

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