Mexican cenbankers unanimous on interest rate hike signal-minutes
MEXICO CITY Nov 9 (Reuters) - Mexico's central bankers were united in wanting to send a signal that an interest rate rise is possible soon if shocks to inflation persist, according to the minutes of its last meeting, released on Friday.
All five members of the Banco de Mexico's monetary policy board voted to keep interest rates steady at 4.5 percent at the meeting two weeks earlier, the minutes showed.
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