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Latin America | 9 Mar 2020 The Covid-19 Hit Likely will Allow LatAm Banks to Cut Rates Soon
The Fed's 50bp rate cut last week, aiming to shield the U.S. economy against Covid-19, has opened the door for some central banks in LatAm to emulate the move.

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9 Mar 2020 The Covid-19 Hit Likely will Allow LatAm Banks to Cut Rates Soon

By Abadia Andres

The Fed's 50bp rate cut last week, aiming to shield the U.S. economy against Covid-19, has opened the door for some central banks in LatAm to emulate the move.

Posted: 9th Mar 2020 in 'Latin America'

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