© Reuters. The Bank of Mexico logo is seen on the facade of an office building in downtown Mexico City
MEXICO CITY (Reuters) – Mexico’s central bank on Wednesday trimmed its growth outlook and raised its inflation forecast for next year while warning that current uncertainty around investment could hinder growth.
In its quarterly report on inflation, the bank highlighted there were risks to its inflation outlook from potential policy changes and said it was necessary to protect “the fundamentals” of the economy.
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