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Disinflation has resumed in Brazil, as some shocks ease, but conditions are far from benign.
Headline inflation has eased at the margin in Mexico, but core pressures remain sticky.
The COPOM will hike rates this week, but then hold in H2; Banxico likely will speed up its tightening.
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