Mexico’s central bank sprung no surprises and left its policy rate at 11.25% at today’s Board meeting and the accompanying statement retained its hawkish bias. That said, there was a very modest hint that officials may be starting to contemplate interest rate cuts – we expect the first cut to be delivered in early 2024, but that rates will come down more slowly than most anticipate.
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