RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - This week, the markets will pay attention to the most important economic data in the region. The highlight will be the Central Bank's monetary policy meeting in Brazil.
Some economists believe that the yield curve shows that the central bank will keep its promise to raise the key interest rate by 100 basis points.
Also, in Brazil, March industrial production and April trade balance data are expected, and February economic activity and budget results were postponed because of a strike at the central bank.
Elsewhere, in Argentina, the main focus will be on the central . . .