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Expectations for 2014
(G)rowth & (I)nflation
May vs. April

 

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LAC Average

Brazil

Chile

Colombia

Guatemala

Mexico

Paraguay

Peru

Uruguay

 

REVELA is a free Web-based monthly service on inflation and growth expectations in Latin America. REVELA's Web site offers an up-to-date report and a database with historical information. This service compiles data from the expectations surveys of eight Latin American Central Banks that have inflation-targeting regimes. REVELA does not represent official projections by the IDB or any other official institution.

REVELA

Revelations of Expectations in Latin America

The July 2014 surveys of expectations conducted by Central Banks with inflation targeting regimes indicate that the weighted average growth expectations for 2014 for the eight countries covered fell to under 2% (from 2.1% last month to just 1.9%). The simple average growth expectation also fell from 3.4% to 3.3% while inflation expectations for 2014 have remained stable at 4.8%. Comparing the July and June surveys, expected 2014 growth rose in only two of the countries studied (Colombia and Guatemala). Expected growth fell in Brazil (0.3%), Chile (0.1%), Mexico (0.1%), Paraguay (0.1%), Peru (0.7%) and Uruguay (0.2%). Expected growth now ranges between 4.9% (Peru) to 1% (Brazil). The GDP weighted average inflation expectation for the region for 2014 remained stable at 5.2%. Inflation expectations rose in Uruguay (0.2%) and fell in Colombia (0.1%) and Paraguay (0.3%). Download the full report and data.

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