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LatAm central banks kick off easing cycles with a bang

The decisions in the past week by central banks in both Chile and Brazil to cut interest rates confirm that Latin America remains at the front of the pack in this global monetary cycle. We think Peru and Colombia are next in line to lower interest rates while Mexico is likely to be the last central bank in the region to embark on a monetary easing cycle at the turn of the year.

We’ll be discussing Argentina’s upcoming PASO election and what it means for the economy in a 20-minute online Drop-In on Wednesday 9th August at 10:00 EDT/15:00 BST. (Register here.)

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