Argentine Inflation Slows to Lowest in Three Years, Elypsis SaysBy
Consumer prices rose 1% between July 11 and Aug. 14: Elypsis
Stronger-than-expected slowdown gives more space to cut rates
Argentine central bank President Federico Sturzenegger’s “obsession” with reining in inflation may be starting to pay off, easing pressure on monetary policy, according to the latest measure of consumer prices by Elypsis.
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