Cecilia Posadas
Cecilia Posadas
BBVA Research - Principal Economist

Cecilia Posadas Pérez is economist in Latin America's BBVA unit. He has worked at BBVA since April 2006, when she joined the Mexican unit in the macro and financial team as Senior Economist. In August 2013 she joined the Latam team based in Madrid where she contributes in the coordination with teams from South America.

Prior to joining BBVA, she was a worked at Ministry of Finance and Public Credit of Mexico where she was involved in macroeconomics and planning matters, and previously linked to tax collections studies.

She studied economics at the University of York in the UK and previously obtained a bachelor's degree in economics from the Instituto Tecnológico Autónomo de México (ITAM), where he specialized in quantitative analysis.

Latest publications

The disinflation process stalled in the first quarter in the U.S. and in April in the Eurozone (EZ). Additionally, most countries seem stuck with high services prices. Disruptions in shipping routes continued, but without wreaking havoc in supply chains.
Inflation moderated less than expected in the first two months of ‘24 constrained by the modest decline in services. Our supply bottlenecks indicators inched up in February 2024 but remain at very low levels.
The downward trend in core inflation persisted in December, helped by a decline in core goods inflation. Headline inflation increased due to base effects. Geopolitical risk in Middle East East worsened, in turn pushing up freight costs. Our supply bottlenecks indicators inched up in December but remain at low levels.