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Mexico's economic recovery continued to gather traction in Q2, thanks to improving services activity. Manufacturing is struggling, due to supply issues, but conditions likely...
In one line: Mexico's recovery gathered speed in May.
Inflation in Brazil started Q3 badly, due mainly to higher electricity tariffs as weather conditions bite. Mexico's retail sector remains resilient, thanks to the reopening of...
As we move on into the second half of the year, the Mexican economy looks poised for a sustained recovery, provided both private consumption and external demand momentum is...
Argentina's inflation pressures continue to ease on a sequential basis, improving the ruling party's chances of performing well in the mid-term elections, slated for November.
Peru's economic recovery resumed in May, following a poor performance in the three previous months, due to the worsening of the pandemic, and increased political/ policy risk.
May's activity data underline the dramatic effect of the social unrest in Colombia's economic growth. The latest data show that retail sales, excluding the volatile fuel and...
Mexico -- A pause despite an improving outlook Colombia -- Improving as social tensions ease Chile -- Political uncertainty prevails
In one line: Growth well below expectations, but June likely saw renewed progress.
Continued improving global growth and its impact on the goods sector are particularly beneficial in LatAm, where the rapid recovery of commodity prices poses added upside risks...
We are expecting a 0.6% quarter-on-quarter rise in Mexican industrial output in Q2, slightly below our previous forecast, 0.8%, in the wake of May's report.
May's official retail sales figures in Brazil have supported renewed optimism on the outlook for the sector, following a downtrend in Q1.
High inflation is forcing LatAm policymakers to act earlier than expected.
Brazilian Real -- Starting Q3 on a weak footing Colombian Peso -- Investment grade days are over Chilean Peso --The copper-driven sell-off is easing
Recent private consumption indicators in Mexico have been positive, thanks to the gradual reopening of the economy, due to decent progress in vaccine rollout and lower Covid...
razil's industrial sector gathered momentum in mid-Q2, following a downtrend in the previous three months, when the sector was struggling with the worsening of the pandemic, and...
Colombia lost its coveted investment-grade rating on Thursday, after Fitch became the second agency to downgrade the country's debt to junk status, citing concerns about the...
Argentina's April economic activity report unsurprisingly showed that activity remained greatly depressed by lockdown rules--restrictions have been tightened significantly since...
In one line: Boosted by solid domestic demand.
Colombia's central bank, BanRep, left the reference rate on hold on Monday, at 1.75%, in line with market expectations.
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