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Commodities boost unwinding

High energy and agricultural prices helped to cushion Latin American economies over the first half of the year, but the second half will be much more challenging. As growth slows, fiscal concerns are likely to come back to the fore. And in the meantime, although inflation should peak in most countries in the coming months, interest rates are likely to be kept high for longer than most expect.

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