After a lull in August, Latin American borrowers are expected to return to tapping international debt markets in the coming weeks
Aurelius Capital Management’s negotiations with private parties to find a solution to Argentina’s default have failed, the holdout creditor said on Wednesday.
Government will need to consider a number of options in order to raise funds to finance an ambitious road-building program
Private sector financiers have high hopes for the Mexican energy industry, after secondary legislation passes congress
Economists and analysts study possibilities for Argentina to escape debt impasse after default
Country says long-maturity bond is a landmark in its efforts to attract investment and consolidate growth
Pemex CFO and treasurer say the firm has enough to concentrate on as Mexico’s energy sector opens to the private sector, before the state oil firm can think about going public
Decision on credit default swaps due on Friday after sovereign defaulted on Wednesday having failed to reach agreement with holdout creditors
Talks continue after sovereign’s “frank exchange of views” with bondholders in 11th hour meeting over debt
Mexico's reforms - which have banks and buyers lining up for asset sales from América Móvil - could have a silver living for the Slim family's company, says CFO Carlos García Moreno
Mexican central bank governor reaffirms inflation-targeting mandate while defending action to help country´s economic trajectory
Judge Thomas Griesa’s decision not to freeze his ruling against Argentina is pushing the country to default, sovereign says
Sovereign's bond sale in Japan offers valuable diversification and low yields, says ratings agency
A LatAm-specific form of shareholder activism is rising sharply, say market observers
Interest rates set to remain steady in Mexico, economists forecast
Potential costs to holdout creditors and New York courts are enough to catalyze a settlement to Argentina’s debt dispute, writes former central bank chief economist Eduardo Levy Yeyati
Argentina's bond dispute offers important lessons for sovereign restructurings, writes former finance minister Domingo Cavallo
Citi, HSBC lead league tables as debt capital markets activity swells in the first half of 2014
Soccer and finance may not be that different after all, and ahead of Brazil’s quarter final showdown with Colombia on Friday, LatinFinance looks at how the LatAm rivals stack up
Sovereign searches for time amid negotiations as payment deadline approaches
Caribbean sovereign says liquid local markets will offer bond sale opportunities over year ahead
Country has said that it is ready to negotiate, yet time pressures mean that default is still a likely scenario
US court decisions make Argentina unable to service restructured debt, it says
Economic package set to stimulate growth, says ratings agency
US ruling leaves pari passu decision intact, June 30 deadline looms
Capital markets businesses are bulking up their deal-making capacities as structural reforms advance
New president of Central American sovereign says growth and FDI will help ease fiscal pressures as threat of junk-rating looms
Bond investors are rushing for increasingly lower-rated deals from Latin America
Pricing in favored tenors for financial institutions is better in the loan market, funding officials at Banco Itaú and Bladex say
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Will a strong dollar deter investors from LatAm bonds?
No, the yield-hunt goes on
Yes, but only retail investors
Yes, once the Fed raises rates
There was indeed a risk of losing investment grade, but thanks to the appointment of Joaquim Levy and the new fiscal targets, that risk has declined a lot
Ilan Goldfajn, Itaú-Unibanco
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