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The BCCh delivers a bigger-than-expected rate hike, and leaves the door open for further tightening.
Inflation rose in April faster than policymakers expected, keeping up the pressure for more rate hikes.
The CLP sell-off, high commodity prices, and the lagged effect of policy stimulus remain a nightmare.
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