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Economic Research

Latin America 2013

Brazil: The Outlook for Consumption
Brazil: Recovery Interrupted As Investment Declines in 3Q
Brazil: Raising SELIC Back to Double Digits, COPOM Changes its Statement
Mexico: Indications of Gradual Growth Recovery
Brazil: Subdued Credit Growth as Government Banksf Lending Slowed in September
Mexico: Banxico Delivers 25bp Cut and Intends to Hold
Brazil: COPOM Gives No Sign That Tightening Cycle is Concluding
Brazil: Inflation results and COPOM meeting
Brazil: Wider Current Account Deficit Raises External Financing Needs
Mexico: Views on the Proposed Fiscal Reform
Mexico: Banxico Acts to Reduce Policy Rate by 25bp
Brazil: COPOM Delivers Expected 50bp SELIC Hike
Brazil: The Weakening of the BRL
Brazil: The Moderation of Consumption
Mexico: Revisiting the Growth and Policy Outlook as the Reform Opportunity Approaches
Latin America FDivergence in Monetary Policy
Brazil: COPOM Continues Tightening at Unchanged Pace
Brazil: Loose Fiscal Stance Remains Part of Policy Mix
Brazil: Balance of Payments Reveals Deterioration
Mexico: Assessing the Economic Growth and Reform Outlook
Brazil: COPOM Minutes Indicate Heightened Vigilance On Inflation
Brazil: COPOM Intensifies SELIC Tightening Amid Trade-off of Weak Growth and High Inflation
Brazil: Divergence in Credit Growth Cycles
Brazil: COPOM Hikes SELIC By 25bp, but Sets Cautions Tone
Peru: Sustaining Dynamism
Brazil: The Low Growth vs. High Inflation Dilemma
Argentina: Pressures on the Economic Model
Brazil: Tangled Up in the Challenges of Low Savings and Investment
Brazil: COPOM Holds SELIC at 7.25%
Brazil: New Year, Harder Choices
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