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Takeaways from the latest EM central bank meetings

A key point that stands out from the raft of EM central bank decisions over the past couple of weeks is that policymakers are focussed much more on domestically-generated price pressures than the Fed. We expect a pivot towards monetary easing in the coming months in much of Asia, front-loaded rate cuts in Chile and Czechia but continued caution from central banks in much of the rest of Latin America.

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