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Latin America Documents | 14 August 2017 Peru's Central Bank Holds Rates but Points to Further Stimulus
Peru's central bank left its policy interest rate unchanged at 3.75% last week, but signalled that further easing is on the way. According to the press release accompanying the decision, policymakers noted that inflation expectations are within their target range and still falling.

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14 August 2017 Peru's Central Bank Holds Rates but Points to Further Stimulus

By Andres Abadia

Peru's central bank left its policy interest rate unchanged at 3.75% last week, but signalled that further easing is on the way. According to the press release accompanying the decision, policymakers noted that inflation expectations are within their target range and still falling.

Posted: 11th Aug 2017 in 'Latin America Documents'

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