Colombian Peso Falls to Record Low as Bonds Drop on CPI SurpriseBy
Inflation exceeds all forecasts for fourth straight month
Central bank forecast to raise interest rates on Dec. 18
The Colombian peso sank to a record low on a worsening rout in crude oil, while local bonds declined as above-forecast inflation spurred bets on higher borrowing costs.
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