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23rd Feb 2023 16:27Latin America, Daily Monitor

  • Mexico’s CPI inflation undershot expectations in mid-February, easing pressures on Banxico.
  • Disinflation will soon be clear; leading indicators point to a further slowing in core food price rises.
  • Policymakers will be able to ease the hawkish tone, a bit, but a cautious Fed demands they tread carefully.

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