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In Brazil, bad inflation news was the main economic highlight last week. The data confirm that the central bank will continue to hike interest rates, by at least 75bp, at its...
Colombia's government last week release its annual medium-term fiscal plan--Marco Fiscal de Mediano Plazo, or MFMP--which provides a detailed look at the performance of the...
Brazil's COPOM made it clear on Wednesday that it will be raising the Selic rate to the neutral level in the near term.
The May industrial production data, released on Friday, brought discouraging news about the state of the Mexican economy in the very near term, due to supply issues and...
LatAm as a whole is gradually recovering from the Covid shock, despite a temporary bump in late Q1 and April.
The economic data flow in Brazil remains upbeat, following a temporary blip in late Q1, due to the worsening of the pandemic, which triggered localised lockdown measures and...
This Sunday, all eyes will be focused on the final result of the midterm elections in Mexico and the presidential run-off in Peru.
Data released in recent days have confirmed that the Chilean economy struggled in early Q2, due to the worsening of the pandemic which triggered localised lockdowns and...
Retail Sales in Brazil Fell in Q1, But Conditions will Improve Soon
Higher Food and Fuel Prices Push Peru's Inflation Up, Despite Covid
Brazil's COPOM surprised no one by voting unanimously this week to keep the Selic Rate at 2.00%, an historic low, and removing the previous forward guidance.
COPOM to Remain on Hold, for Now; Argentina's Inflation Ends Q4 Badly
The virus numbers have improved at the margin in most of the LatAm economies, except in Brazil, where the situation seems to be going from bad to worse.
While we were out, new Covid-19 cases continued to increase in Brazil and Colombia. The latest uptick in Mexico's cases seems to be peaking, though the data are not reliable,...
Recent economic data in Brazil, along with recent messages from the BCB, have supported our view that interest rates will remain on hold for the foreseeable future.
Our forecast for LatAm envisions a gradual pickup in growth, following a terrible first half.
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