Mexico's Carstens repeats interest rate cut possible
MEXICO CITY Feb 22 (Reuters) - Mexico's central bank may find it advisable to cut interest rates if a trend towards lower growth and lower inflation is confirmed, Banco de Mexico governor Agustin Carstens said on Friday.
In a presentation posted on the central bank's website, Carstens made no reference to inflation data released earlier on Friday.
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