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Global Economics Monthly Review

January 11, 2017

 

Latin America

  • Latin American economic growth is expected to recover modestly in 2017.
  • Overall, an acceleration of US growth will be positive for the region.
  • Risks are still high for several economies.


Brazil

  • The latest activity data were mostly disappointing. Heightened political risks.
  • The easing cycle is expected to continue.


Argentina 

  • Positive expectations, but reality is still tough.

 

Chile

  • Weak growth and low inflation may support a comeback to an easing

cycle.


Mexico 

  • High uncertainty with regard to Mr. Trump's foreign policy agenda – trade and immigration.

 

 

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