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Mexico Consumer Prices (Apr. 2024)

The rise in Mexico’s headline inflation rate, to 4.7% y/y in April, was mainly due to a fresh jump in agricultural inflation which masked a fall in core inflation. Still, there’s nothing in the data which suggests to us that Banxico will cut its policy rate again when it meets later today.

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