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Banxico Minutes, Chile President Continues Mexico Visit

MEXICO
  • Banxico will publish the minutes from the Nov 10 MPC meeting at 1500GMT/1000ET
  • Chilean President Gabriel Boric continues his visit to Mexico, meeting with Mexico City Mayor Claudia Sheinbaum and ruling party senate leader Ricardo Monreal.
  • Bloomberg have published a report where they list the following candidates as potential replacements for Banxico’s Esquivel:
    • Gabriel Yorio
    • Lucia Buenrostro
    • Juan Pablo De Botton
    • Jorge Mendoza
    • Julio Santaella
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  • Banxico will publish the minutes from the Nov 10 MPC meeting at 1500GMT/1000ET
  • Chilean President Gabriel Boric continues his visit to Mexico, meeting with Mexico City Mayor Claudia Sheinbaum and ruling party senate leader Ricardo Monreal.
  • Bloomberg have published a report where they list the following candidates as potential replacements for Banxico’s Esquivel:
    • Gabriel Yorio
    • Lucia Buenrostro
    • Juan Pablo De Botton
    • Jorge Mendoza
    • Julio Santaella