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Latin America | 13 Nov 2020 Banxico Hold Rates, but it Hasn't Closed the Door to Further Easing
Mexican policymakers voted yesterday by four to one to keep the main rate at 4.25%, surprising the consensus forecast for a 25bp rate cut.

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13 Nov 2020 Banxico Hold Rates, but it Hasn't Closed the Door to Further Easing

By Abadia Andres

Mexican policymakers voted yesterday by four to one to keep the main rate at 4.25%, surprising the consensus forecast for a 25bp rate cut.

Posted: 13th Nov 2020 in 'Latin America'

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