Brazil’s Fibria is taking advantage of...
Mexico’s Grupo Herdez Wednesday issued MXP600m...
Peru’s Interbank is expected to price...
Mexican Microfinancier to Issue Bonds
A busy June and July, the prospect of continued low interest rates and unrelenting gigantic fund inflows have DCM braced for a flurry of activity in September.
In a rare interview, Panamanian mogul Stanley Motta weighs his country’s potential for growth in infrastructure and capital markets. He does not rule out M&A for Copa.
While some still make money under the radar in Venezuela, most foreign investors monitor politics for signs of an opportunity.
Fresh borrowing by Argentine corporates and sub-sovereigns dovetails with hopes of the sovereign regaining access. A corporate debt boom is unlikely.
Colombian pension funds are set to implement a multi-fund structure that allows savers to calibrate investment by risk appetite. The move should boost AFPs’ investment in equity.
Latin America’s biggest bank, Banco do Brasil, is riding high with new lines of international and capital markets business. However, elections may be a spanner in the works.
Trinidad & Tobago’s economy is dependent on oil and gas. An expected rise in energy prices could help erode the deficit, cutting international funding needs.
As Mexico’s economy starts to revive, CFE is confident in its ability to meet growing electricity needs. Technology, transparency and investor relations will be key.
Mexico has opened up a new funding option in euros and is also eyeing yen. International investors appear undeterred by the uptick in drug violence.
A July 30 Daily Brief entitled...
Fresh crisis in the developed world whips up technical headwinds for LatAm. Dedicated funds are flush and hunting bargains, hoping fundamentals are not impacted.
As European sovereign risk ticks higher, the focus returns to opportunity in relatively stable markets like Latin America. Can it outperform other EM regions?
Peru’s private pension funds have shaken off losses from the global crisis and are now experiencing sustained growth. Assets are projected to double in four years.
Argentina’s Chubut province is planning to...
Bond flows into LatAm have reached...
An April 19 daily brief “Investors...
Banco Bradesco plans to sell $250m...
Itau has sold $1bn in 2020...
Mexico’s government bonds are eligible for...
Brazil-based chicken producer Frangosul is out...
The Global Yield Fund of New...
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