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10th Feb 2023 16:20Latin America, Weekly Monitor

  • Brazil’s disinflation continued in January; good news for the COPOM, but fiscal uncertainty remains a risk.
  • Still-challenging fundamentals suggest that the retail sector will continue to struggle in Q1 and most of Q2.
  • The BCRP fight against high inflation is probably over, rate cuts likely will come soon, if politics allows.

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