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Peruvian New Sol — President Castillo already on fire
Chilean Peso —The copper-driven sell-off
Colombian Peso — Deteriorating fundamentals
Mexico's economy gathered speed in Q2, thanks to solid services activity and despite one-off shocks.
Manufacturing activity has stalled, due to global supply issues, but conditions likely will stabilise soon.
Further good news from Chile's retail sector and manufacturing ended Q2 on a solid footing.
Chile — Political risk improves further
Peru — Castillo finally declared president-elect
Colombia — Duque presents a social-driven fiscal bill
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.
Markets received negative news on the Brazilian industrial sector last week, but leading indicators suggest that this is not the start of a protracted downtrend. We expect good news soon, on the back of the gradual reopening of the economy, an improving vaccine rollout and better external conditions, supporting Brazil's key exports.
Data released yesterday confirmed that the Chileaneconomy emerged in Q1 from the initial Covid shock early last year, when the government introduced a nationwide curfew and selective quarantine.
Yesterday, Mexico's INEGI reported a 0.3% month-to- month contraction in its February GDP proxy, the IGAE index, prompting us to mark down our Q1 GDP growth projection to -0.1% quarter-on-quarter, from 0.2%.
Data released in recent weeks have confirmed that Argentina's economic upturn continues. Leading indicators and sectoral data suggest that the economy has managed to withstand the effects of the second Covid wave.
The pandemic is still raging in LatAm, despite the relatively benign numbers in Brazil and Mexico in recent days, which are probably due to low testing over Easter, particularly in Mexico.
The prospect of a bold start to the tightening cycle this week in Brazil strengthened significantly yesterday,
The January retail sales report in Brazil, released on Friday, confirmed the slowdown of private consumption on the back of the end of fiscal aid to households. Sales volumes fell 0.2% month-to-month in January, below the consensus, -0.1%.
Brazil’s manufacturing PMI rose to 58.4 in February, from a seven-month low of 56.5 in January, when activity was hit by the worst of the second Covid wave.
In one line: A marginal improvement in Q4, but the labour market remains under stress.
Argentina's latest hard data suggest that activity ended Q4 on a relatively solid footing, as restrictions were loosened ahead of the holiday season.
Mexico's Foreign Direct Investment downtrend hasn't reached the bottom yet, given the sharp deterioration
of the pandemic in recent months.
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