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24th Feb 2023 16:42Latin America, Weekly Monitor

  • Disinflation continues in Brazil, and the near-term outlook remains benign as survey data suggest...
  • ...But Lula-driven fiscal and monetary policy noise remains a threat, tying the central bank’s hands.
  • Mexico’s GDP report confirms that activity remained resilient in Q4; the good news, however, won’t last.

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