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Latin America | 17 Apr 2020 Low Inflation in LatAm Allows Central Banks to Ease Further in Q2
LatAm currencies fell sharply in Q1 but the hit hasn't yet pushed inflation higher.

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17 Apr 2020 Low Inflation in LatAm Allows Central Banks to Ease Further in Q2

By Abadia Andres

LatAm currencies fell sharply in Q1 but the hit hasn't yet pushed inflation higher.

Posted: 17th Apr 2020 in 'Latin America'

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