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6th Jan 2023 16:15Latin America, Daily Monitor

  • Core inflation in Mexico is starting to fall, marginally, but we expect a clear downtrend to emerge soon.
  • Leading indicators and survey data suggest that the inflation picture will continue to improve over H1.
  • Brazil’s ugly version of the U.S. Capitol Hill attack will hurt markets, but the hit probably will be shortlived.

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