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REVELA

Revelation of Expectations in Latin America (REVELA) - Issue 3 - July 2007


CODE: REV-3
AUTHOR(s): Martinez S., Juan F. , Powell, Andrew , Salazni, Mariana
PUBLISHED: July 2007
LANGUAGE: English
DATASETS: Database for Revelation of Expectations in Latin America (REVELA)
RELATED TOPICS: Finance
DOWNLOAD FILE IN: English Spanish

Abstract:

The July report shows that while expectations of 2007 growth had been rising they have now stabilized. Expectations of growth for 2008 are somewhat lower. Inflationary expectations have begun to rise although developments are quite different across countries.

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