(Reuters) - Mexico’s annual inflation rate will have slowed slightly in the first half of June thanks to lower prices for fuel and some agricultural goods, a Reuters poll showed.
The 12 experts forecast an annual inflation rate of 4.08% for the first two weeks of June, below the 4.13% recorded in the last two weeks of May.
During those two weeks in June, consumer prices would have risen by 0.08% while the core index would have risen by 0.13%, according to the poll.
Their estimate for yearly core inflation was 3.82%.
Mexico’s national statistics institute will publish its national consumer price index for the first half of June on Monday.
Reporting by Miguel Angel Gutiérrez and Noé Torres; additional reporting by Gabriel Burín in Buenos Aires; Editing by Alistair Bell
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