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GDP grew 1.7% year-on-year in November. A somewhat lower figure than the previous month due to lower landings of anchovy. The non-primary component of GDP continued to lose dynamism in a context with less favourable conditions for private spending.

The Board of the Central Bank decided to increase the monetary policy rate from 7.50% to 7.75% in January. The Bank tightened the monetary policy stance understood as the real ex-ante policy rate to a more restrictive level.

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In the era of the mass media, disinformation has become a factor that can cause destabilization, confusion, polarization, and harm to society.

BBVA Research's big data consumption index for Peru (inflation-adjusted spending with cards and cash withdrawals) slowed down in December to 3.8% (November: 8.9%). In 2022 as a whole, the index registered growth of 8.4% (26.4% in 2021).

The Consumer Price Index in Lima increased 0.79% month-on-month in December. This was mainly due to the increase in food prices and interprovincial transport (due to increased demand for year-end celebrations).

GDP grew 2.0% year-on-year in October, a figure somewhat higher than the previous month, with the performance of mining standing out. The non-primary component of GDP, however, continued to moderate in an environment that is less favorable for spending

The Board of the Central Bank decided to increase the monetary policy rate from 7.25% to 7.50% in December. The Bank tightened the monetary policy stance understood as the real ex-ante policy rate to a slightly more restrictive level.

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The economy will grow 2.7% in 2022, an upward revision. In 2023 the expansion will be 2.5% given lower global growth, high interest rates and lower public investment. On the other hand, Quellaveco will reach its operational capacity and tourism…

BBVA Research's big data consumption index (inflation-adjusted spending with cards and cash withdrawals) accelerated in November to 8.7% (October: 7.6%).

The Consumer Price Index for the city of Lima increased 0.52% MoM in November. This is mainly a result of the increase in food prices (fish and chicken), restaurant menus and an adjustment in electricity rates.

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GDP grew 1.7% year-on-year in September. The decline that primary GDP has been showing steadily in September moderated, with the performance of mining standing out within it. The non-primary component, however, accentuated its tendency to weaken in September

The Board of the Central Bank decided to increase the monetary policy rate from 7.00% to 7.25% in November. The Bank tightened the monetary policy stance understood as the real ex-ante policy rate to a slightly more restrictive level.

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