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Mexico, Colombia to Decide Monetary Policy

Apr 26, 2013

Mexico's central bank, which last month surprised the markets with a 50bp cut that was its first reduction since 2009, has piqued strong market interest in today's rate decision. Some, such as Nomura, expect the policy rate to hold at 4.0%, though the Japanese bank points to market expectations of cuts down the road. All...

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