UPDATE 3-Mexico inflation low, investors eyeing central bank


(Recasts lede; adds more comment) By Chris Aspin MEXICO CITY, Aug 24 (Reuters) - Mexican consumer prices rose less than expected in the first half of August, increasing the odds that the central bank will soon push interest rates lower to boost the soft economy, though not necessarily this week. The central bank said on Wednesday inflation for the first 15 days of August was 0.07 percent compared with a median estimate of 0.18 percent in a Reuters poll of analysts. The ...

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