First, something to relax, since it is Friday: Celso, you are a fag.
Now, please help me out, Dr. X. I’ve listened from a gringo schmuck, who came here into my office, that it is good to receive interest in Mexico because the reforms will increase productivity and lower the neutral interest rate. I also remember some weird Brazuca (who looked like a serial killer) saying that Brazil interest rates are lower because productivity is now lower, due to Dilma’s “micromanagement”.
Who is right? If productivity goes down the interest rate increases or decreases? I don’t know shit about neutral interest rate. But I’m pretty sure that negative productivity asks for more interests.