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Philippines: an end to the tightening cycle

The central bank in the Philippines (BSP) today left interest rates unchanged (at 6.25%) but stated it was ready to resume its tightening cycle later in the year.  However, with inflation falling back and headwinds to the economy mounting, we expect rates to be left unchanged for the rest of 2023, with cuts likely early next year.  

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