RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL – Chile’s economy is expected to grow 1% in November, its first expansion since the coronavirus pandemic struck in March, a central bank poll of analysts showed on Thursday, December 10th.
Bank policymakers are expected to hold the benchmark interest rate at 0.50% – its lowest in a decade – for at least the next year, according to the poll.
Consumer prices are seen rising 0.2% in December, with inflation estimated at 2.9% over the next 11 months – within the central bank’s 2%-4% target range.
Source: Reuters . . .
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