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Currency worries, Venezuela oil sanctions

The recent falls in many Latin American currencies, alongside stubbornly strong core price pressures, support our relatively hawkish view on the outlook for monetary policy in the region. Elsewhere, while the reimposition of US sanctions on Venezuela's oil sector is not a return to the Trump-style “maximum pressure” stance, it still suggests that Venezuela’s recent economic recovery may enter a slower phase.

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