Analysts raised their expectations for inflation and lowered their growth estimates for Mexico this year, a Mexican central bank survey showed on Tuesday.
The central bank, which targets inflation of 3 percent with a one percentage point tolerance zone each side, cut interest rates to a record low of 3 percent in June to underpin growth in Latin America’s second biggest economy.
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