Global Macro Service > Research Briefings > Chile
Ahead of a planned revamp of Chile’s constitution in 2020, markets are struggling to price in the total economic cost and its impact on growth and public finances. Repercussions from Chile’s protests in October have already severely punished the Chilean peso, while the uncertainty over constitutional reforms will likely delay the speed at which the peso reaches a new equilibrium.
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