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Latin America Chart Pack (May 2024)

Our Latin America Chart Pack has been updated with the latest data and our analysis of recent developments.

While GDP growth in the Andean economies will be stronger this year than last, the opposite is likely to be the case in Brazil and Mexico. Core services inflation, which central banks are paying close attention to, is showing signs of easing. But with inflation still well above target, easing cycles are likely to be gradual and/or start-stop in the second half of this year. Fiscal concerns are likely to build as public debt dynamics deteriorate and debt-to-GDP ratios rise.

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