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11th Nov 2022 15:21Latin America, Daily Monitor

  • Industrial output in Mexico is edging lower, and the sector faces a cloudy domestic and external outlook.
  • Tighter financial conditions and the weakening of the U.S. economy are key threats.
  • Slowing manufacturing, falling inflation and the MXN rebound, will allow Banxico to hold rates in Q1.

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