Feb. 20 (Bloomberg) -- Chile’s central bank sees improved optimism in financial markets that may lead policy makers to make “marginal” changes to risk forecasts that were last published in December, newspaper Pulso said, citing bank board member Enrique Marshall.
Chile’s economic activity and demand have grown “slightly” faster than the central bank forecast in December, Marshall said, according to the Santiago-based financial newspaper.
Inflation in the past two months reflected some one-time factors and will ease as Chile’s economy moderates, he said in the interview.
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