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Copom’s challenges, Amlo’s amendments

This week’s release of the minutes to the latest Copom meeting, January CPI figures and December budget data support our view that Brazil’s central bank will lower interest rates by less than most expect this year. Elsewhere, the raft of constitutional amendments proposed by Mexico’s president this week could (if enacted) add to fiscal and inflation pressures, and risk further disputes within the USMCA.

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