August 3, 2020

Economic keys that will mark the week in Latin America

The economic week in Latin America will be marked by meetings of the Federal Reserve, from which changes in interest rates, and the Central Bank of Brazil are not expected, as well as the evolution of prices in November in Argentina, which according to The forecasts will end 2019 with an inflation around 55%.


The inflation index for November in Brazil and Mexico is published.

BBVA Research presents its economic situation report on Mexico.


The Brazilian Institute of Statistics makes its projection public for the agricultural harvest this year and next.

The Emirates airline gives a press conference in Mexico on the occasion of its new route Dubai-Barcelona-Mexico.


October retail sales data from Brazil are published.

The Central Bank of Brazil announces its decision on interest rates, currently set at 5%.

The US Federal Reserve announces its decision on interest rates, which are 1.5% -1.75%, and updates its economic forecasts.


Mexico publishes the industrial activity indicator for October.

Brazil publishes the figures for the evolution of the October services sector.

The Mexican statistics office disseminates industrial production in October.

Argentina publishes the evolution of the consumer price index in November.

The Central Bank of Peru holds a monetary policy meeting.

The Chilean low-cost airline Sky takes stock of its first nine months of operations in Peru in Lima.


Colombia publishes the index of industrial production and retail sales for October.

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