Private sector analysts raise Mexico 2021 and 2022 inflation forecasts, lower GDP: central bank survey

MEXICO CITY, Dec 17 (Reuters) – Private sector analysts raised their inflation forecast for Mexico for the end of this year and next, and lowered their estimate for economic growth, according to a central bank survey released today. Friday. Here is a table with the main results of the survey, compared to the previous month: median November December Headline Inflation (Dec-Dec) Expectation for 2021 7.22 7.60 Expectation for 2022 4.03 4.16 Expectation for 2023 3.60 3.60 Underlying Inflation ( Dec-Dec) Expectation for 2021 5.50 5.64 Expectation for 2022 3.83 4.00 Expectation for 2023 3.55 3.63 GDP growth (Δ% annual) Expectation for 2021 5.7 5.60 Expectation for 2022 2.8 2.77 Expectation for 2023 2.1 2.15 Exchange rate Pesos / Dollar (end of the year) Expectation for 2021 20.85 21.0 Expectation for 2022 21.3 21.65 Expectation for 2023 21.8 21.9 Interbank funding rate (end IV quarter) Expectation for 2021 5.25 5.25 Expectation for 2022 6.0 6.25 Expectation for 2023 6.5 6.5 (Report by Noé Torres)



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