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At its October meeting, Banco de la República increased its monetary policy rate by 100 basis points, taking it to 11.0%, its highest level since July 2001. The decision was unanimous, seeking to consolidate a positive signal to reassure local financial markets.

The Colombian economy will enter a lower growth fase. Private consumption will stabilize at more sustainable levels in the medium term. Inflation will gradually moderate in 2023. The Central Bank will have space to start a gradual interest rate reduction cycle at the end of 2023.

At its September meeting, Banco de la República increased the monetary policy rate by 100 basis points, bringing it to 10.0%, in line with BBVA Research's expectations. The decision was split, with one vote in favor of a 50 bp increase.

In the last 30 years, some Latin American economies have developed macroeconomic strengths that will help them face the financial turmoil caused by the Fed's monetary tightening

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Today the world is struggling with seemingly contradictory news. On the one hand, high, persistent and generalized inflation, which has led Central Banks to raise interest rates. On the other hand, the global economy is slowing down and there i…

En su reunión de julio, el Banco de la República incrementó la tasa de política monetaria en 150 puntos básicos (pb), llevándola al 9,0%. La decisión fue dividida,con un voto a favor de un incremento de 100 pb.

In its June meeting, Banco de la República increased the monetary policy rate by 150 basis points to 7.5%. The vote was unanimous.

There is (now) a wide consensus that Banxico will match Fed’s expected hikes through December, taking the policy rate to 9.50% by year-end

The Board of the Central Bank decided to increase the monetary policy rate from 5.00% to 5.50% in June. The Bank continues the normalization of monetary policy in a context of lesser external headwinds and pessimistic expectations.

The Board of the Central Bank decided to increase the monetary policy rate from 4.50% to 5.00% in May. The Bank continued the normalization of monetary policy but pointed to lower external headwinds and pessimism in expectations.

At its April meeting, Banco de la República increased the monetary policy rate by 100 bps, bringing it to 6.0%. The vote was split, with 4 members in favor of a 100 bp increase and 3 members in favor of a 150 bp increase.

Banco de la República increased its intervention rate by 100 bp at its last meeting. On the one hand, analysts expected an increase of 150 bp, while businessmen expected more moderate adjustments. Going forward, further rate increases are expected to counteract the high inflation levels.