Analysts cut 2014, 2015 Mexico growth outlook-poll

martes 2 de diciembre de 2014 11:08 GYT
 

MEXICO CITY, Dec 2 (Reuters) - Analysts lowered their expectations for
growth in Mexico this year and next after weaker than expected expansion in the
third quarter, a Mexican central bank survey showed on Tuesday.
    The poll showed inflation expectations for 2014 and 2015 ticked up. 
    The central bank, which targets inflation of 3 percent with a one percentage
point tolerance zone on each side, cut rates to a record low of 3 percent in
June to juice growth and is expected to hold rates steady into next year.
    
                            November    October
                            2014        2014
 Inflation, end year pct                
 2014                       4.07        4.02
 2015                       3.52        3.51
 Core inflation, end year               
 2014                       3.36        3.41
 2015                       3.17        3.21
 Economic growth, annual                
 2014                       2.19        2.3
 2015                       3.51        3.72
 Cetes 28-day rate, end yr              
 2014                       2.95        2.95
 2015                       3.56        3.59
 Peso-dollar rate, end yr               
 2014                       13.49       13.33
 2015                       13.37       13.17
 The survey of 37 analysts was taken between 24 and 28 of November. The values
shown are means.    

 (Reporting by Alexandra Alper and Michael O'Boyle)