UPDATE 1-Analysts up Mexico growth,inflation outlook-cenbank

* Analysts up 2010 GDP outlook to 4.1 pct in latest poll

* 2010 inflation estimate accelerates to 5.28 pct

* February remittances fall 14.11 pct
(Adds background, wraps in February remittances data)

MEXICO CITY, April 5 (BestGrowthStock) – Analysts following
Mexico’s economy raised their expectations for growth in 2010
and also increased forecasts for inflation this year, according
to a central bank survey carried out in late March.

In the monthly poll released on Monday, they estimated on
average the economy would grow 4.1 percent this year, up from
expectations of 3.9 percent growth in the previous February
poll.

The poll showed inflation forecasts rising to 5.28 percent
for 2010, up from 5.21 percent in the previous poll.

A stronger-than-expected rebound in Mexican exports, mostly
sent to the United States, is helping the country recover from
a deep recession last year.

Policy-makers are generally seen holding interest rates
steady in the coming months despite rising consumer prices. The
central bank has said most of the inflationary pressure has
come from new taxes, which are expected to have a temporary
effect.

Separately, the central bank said on its Web site that
Mexican migrants sent home $1.549 billion dollars during
February, down 14.11 percent compared with the same month last
year.
(Reporting by Michael O’Boyle. Editing by W Simon )

UPDATE 1-Analysts up Mexico growth,inflation outlook-cenbank