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In one line: A solid end to Q2.
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.
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...
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.
In one line: Improving at the headline level, but the pace of the recovery has slowed.
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...
In one line: The recovery continues, but supply issues have slowed its pace.
In one line: The recovery continues, driven mainly by the retail sector.
Andean economies have been struggling recently, owing to the worsening of the pandemic, rising political risk, and social unrest.
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...
In one line: A soft start to the quarter, due to supply-related issues, but conditions will improve soon.
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.
This Sunday, all eyes will be focused on the final result of the midterm elections in Mexico and the presidential run-off in Peru.
In one line: A soft start to Q2, but leading indicators point to better news ahead.
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...
Brazil's Inflation in May Undershot Expectations, but Threats Remain
Banxico on Hold as Inflation Rebounds, and the MXN is a Risk
Industrial Production, Mexico, March 2021
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