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Mexico’s Central Bank Alerts to Inflation Risks Amid Robust Demand

Mexico’s central bank signaled that it needs to see clearer evidence of disinflation before it can join the regional trend for interest rate cuts. Consumer...

Mexico’s Central Bank Remains Confident in Current Rate, Regardless of Fed’s Actions

Bank of Mexico board member Jonathan Heath said in an interview published Wednesday he believed Mexico's benchmark interest rate was at the correct level,...

Mexico’s Annual Inflation Reaches Lowest Level Since August 2021, Surpassing Expectations

Mexico's annual inflation rate slowed in May for a fourth consecutive month to 5.84%, data from statistics agency INEGI showed on Thursday, beating forecasts...

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