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27th Jan 2023 16:33Latin America, Weekly Monitor

  • Chile’s BCCh noted last week that policy will stay on hold for a while yet, until disinflation consolidates.
  • We expect rate cuts from June onwards, but the CLP’s rebound is giving policymakers leeway.
  • The Argentinian economy is no longer resilient, and the survey data tell a clear story of further pain in H1.

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