This week will see the release of important economic data for Latin America.
Markets will eagerly await the monetary policy meeting in Brazil, where monetary policymakers may announce the end of the upward cycle.
In Chile, the minutes of the Sept. 6 central bank meeting are expected, which could indicate the likelihood of further rate hikes in the Andean country.
Meanwhile, in Argentina, second-quarter gross domestic product data will be released.
Analysts expect those figures to indicate that household investment and consumption will lead to the expansion.
In Mexico, inflation figures are expected for the first two weeks of . . .