Latin America Economics

Latin America Update
19 August, 2011

Chile shifts to neutral on softer global growth prospects

There were no surprises from Chile’s Central Bank (CBC) last night as the benchmark rate was maintained at 5.25%. With global demand set to slow but not collapse altogether, the likelihood of further tightening has narrowed considerably and we now expect rates to stay on hold for the foreseeable future....

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