Crisis Uproots CentAm/Caribb Advantage

Dec 24, 2008

The global financial crisis has reversed the typical relationship between Central America/Caribbean credit and the bigger LatAm economies, which are beating the former on a returns basis. CentAm/Caribbean has historically been a diversifier that outperforms in a bear market and underperforms the rest of the region when markets go up. However the JPMorgan CACI index, which tracks CentAm/Caribbean sovereign...

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“The crisis has been a setback for reserve diversification."

Jan Dehn, Ashmore Investment Management