United States, Brazil and Argentina announce this week the evolution of their inflation rate at the end of the 2022 financial year, a year in which cereal supply problems and higher energy costs have contributed to aggravating the rise in prices.
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These are the economic keys that will mark the week of January 9 to 15 in America:
– The National Institute of Statistics of Mexico publishes the inflation data for December after the rate fell to 7.8% in November.
– The Brazilian Government it discloses the inflation rate in December and in the accumulated of 2022, after it stood at 5.9% in November.
– The National Institute of Statistics of Mexico publishes the gross fixed investment data for last October after growth of 3.3% year-on-year in September.
– The National Institute of Statistics of Mexico publishes the international tourism indicators for November, after an annual rise of 13.9% in the arrival of travelers in October.
– Argentina spreads the figure arrival of international tourists last November, after 12 times more visitors entered the airports in October than in the same month of 2021.
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– The National Institute of Statistics of Mexico publishes the data on industrial production for November, after growth of 3.1% per year in October.
– The Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) of the United States publishes the inflation data for the month of December, an indicator that has been falling for some months after registering maximums that were not reached in decades.
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– Argentina publishes the Consumer Price Index accumulated in 2022, a year in which inflation, one of the country’s chronic problems, will close at around 100%, an unprecedented figure in the last 30 years.
– The Brazilian government releases its third projection for the 2023 agricultural harvest and the evolution of the service sector in November. V
– Brazil publishes its economic activity index corresponding to the month of November.
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– The National Institute of Statistics and Informatics (INEI) of Peru publishes the data of national production in November 2022.