With the global economy headed for recession and commodity prices likely to come off their recent highs, Latin American exports will struggle over the coming quarters. Weakening global growth is also likely to cause risk appetite to deteriorate and large current account deficits leave the Colombian and Chilean pesos particularly vulnerable to further falls.
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