Chile Holds Key Rate as Tightening Cycle Comes to Early EndBy and
Policy makers kept key rate at 3.5 percent for ninth month
Bank only raised rates twice to get inflation back on target
Chile kept borrowing costs unchanged after weaker inflation and economic growth prompted policy makers to signal the end of a tightening cycle following just two increases late last year.
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