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16th Sep 2022 14:27Latin America, Weekly Monitor

  • Colombia’s economy started Q3 on a weak footing, as high inflation weighs on consumers’ spending.
  • Peru’s economic recovery stalled in July and leading indicators point to further weakness in the near term.
  • Weakening growth momentum will force central banks to stop hiking rates, assuming inflation cedes.

andes August business surveys central banks colombia consumer copper core retail sales credit credit conditions economic activity economic activity index economy funds gdp gdp growth growth index inflation July monetary pension peru policy q3 q4 real gdp real incomes remain retail retail sales sentiment surveys

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