The likelihood of an El Niño event over the second half of the year raises the risk that activity is disrupted, inflation falls more slowly than we currently expect, and central banks’ monetary easing cycles prove to be stop-start. But a few sectors in the region may benefit from El Niño and Argentina’s parched economy could get some welcome relief.
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