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Peru latest CB to cut rates, leaves door open for more

The statement accompanying the decision by Peru’s central bank to cut interest rates left the door open for further easing. And with the incoming growth and inflation data still weak, there is a window for further rate reductions. We’ve pencilled in 50bp of cuts by year-end, taking the policy rate to 2.00%.

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