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The Central Bank of Mexico’s strategy to manage inflation whilst supporting growth

Broadcast on Dec 2, 2020 from Livestream: Bonds & Loans Latin America 2020 - Virtual Conference

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  • How is the Central Bank balancing goals of promoting growth and staving off inflation?
  • FX and inflation for 2021: What is the Central Bank’s forecast? What policies will be implemented in light of this?
  • What are rates doing globally, and how does Mexico CB’s policy relate to and deal with this?
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Speaker

Dr Alejandrina Salcedo Cisneros

Dr Alejandrina Salcedo Cisneros

Director of Prices, Regional Economies and Information Analysis

Banco de México

Dr Alejandrina Salcedo Cisneros

Dr Alejandrina Salcedo Cisneros

Director of Prices, Regional Economies and Information Analysis at Banco de México

Alejandrina Salcedo is Director of Prices, Regional Economies and Information Analysis at Banco de México. Prior to her current position, she worked as Chief Economist for the Mexican Ministry of Finance. She has also occupied other positions at Banco de México including being Director of Economic Measurement and Manager of the Real Sector Research Division. Some of her research studies have been published in academic journals. She holds a PhD and an MA in economics from Stanford University, and she completed, with honours, her undergraduate studies at the Instituto Tecnológico Autónomo de México (ITAM) in Mexico City.

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