The Monetary Policy Report released by Chile’s central bank today revealed that policymakers are more concerned about inflation risks than we’d thought. We still think that Chile’s central bank will be among the first to start loosening monetary policy, but we’ve pushed back the timing of the first interest rate cut in our profile by a month, to July.
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