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Colombia’s central bank kept the main rate on hold, but the split Board introduced a clear hawkish tone.
Inflation is rising rapidly, and prospects remain grim; BanRep will hike rates next month.
Chile's economic recovery consolidated in June, thanks mainly to solid services activity.
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.
Left-wing Mr. Castillo is sworn in as president of Peru; the inaugural speech provokes mixed reviews...
...But the opposition will lead Congress, easing the risks of populist policies under his rule.
Brazil's labour market conditions continued to im- prove at a rapid pace in Q2, but threats remain.
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 as the economies gradually reopen.
LatAm FX markets have been under severe strain over the last week, following slightly hawkish comments from the U.S. Federal Reserve, suggesting policymakers are now ready to talk about tapering.
The economic data flow in Brazil remains positive; private spending is improving in response to the gradual reopening of the economy, the lagged effect of solid monetary and fiscal support tightening, and the recent improvement in confidence.
Data released in recent days have confirmed that the Mexican retail sector is gradually on the mend, despite many headwinds, including the pandemic, and rising political uncertainty.
Data released yesterday in Brazil showed a surprisingly strong economy in February, despite the worsening of the pandemic and many domestic headwinds.
The Covid nightmare continues in LatAm and it likely get worse unless governments takes more stringent measures.
The second/third Covid wave is stabilizing in most LatAm countries, allowing some restrictions to be eased.
The marquee event in a very busy week was the release of Brazil's Q4 GDP figures, showing a more resilient-than-expected economy, despite the fading boost from fiscal support to low income families, rising inflation and the worsening of the pandemic postholiday season.
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.
Data released in recent days confirm that the economic recovery continued in most of LatAm in late Q4, thanks to rising spending on the back of less- strict social distancing measures ahead of the holiday season.
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