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Latin America Documents | 8 November 2017 Mexico's Leading Indicators Remain Strong Despite Mixed Hard Data
Recent economic indicators in Mexico have been mixed, distorted by temporary factors, including the effect of the natural disasters in late Q3. Private consumption has lost some momentum, hit by the lagged effect of high interest rates and inflation, as well as the earthquakes.

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8 November 2017 Mexico's Leading Indicators Remain Strong Despite Mixed Hard Data

By Andres Abadia

Recent economic indicators in Mexico have been mixed, distorted by temporary factors, including the effect of the natural disasters in late Q3. Private consumption has lost some momentum, hit by the lagged effect of high interest rates and inflation, as well as the earthquakes.

Posted: 7th Nov 2017 in 'Latin America Documents'

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