Two pro-market candidates could still result in very different outcomes for the market and the economy, say analysts
Investigations into alleged fraudulent lending to Pemex supplier drive downgrade on Mexican bank
South American country’s credit rating climb is widening the field of potential investors, says public credit head Azucena Arbeleche
Agreement with group of creditor countries over $9.7bn of arrears clears path for finance to the real economy
Continued reliance on commodities means new president will need to tackle falling GDP expansion, says Capital Economics
Debt to finance environmentally and socially responsible investments is taking shape from the Mexican oil company
Peruvian pension fund CIOs say an increase in international investment limits is urgently needed
Economist and a senior advisor at Chile’s sovereign wealth fund casts doubt on the rationale behind the new government’s plans for a state competitor to the private pension funds.
Renowned economist outlines his vision of an era after the rise of countries he called the BRICs (Brazil, Russia, India and China)
The Mexican lender is waiting for regulators to stipulate the finer structural points on additional tier one instruments before it considers a deal
Afore Banamex remains bullish on equity investments over fixed income for its international allocations, its head of mandates says
Falling Latin American currencies are pushing up inflation, but policy reactions are diverging, say analysts
A lull in EM sovereign debt restructurings is set to end — but developed markets are not safe either, warns government bond expert Lee Buchheit
The region’s dollar-bond market peaked in April, but the brakes are likely to go on as problems in Eastern Europe continue and Brazil goes into World Cup mood
Secondary legislation on Mexico’s energy reform and the national infrastructure plan were taken optimistically this week
Investors are wary about Ecuador's possible return to the international bond market five years after it defaulted on $3.2bn of bonds, saying its success could hinge on the structural details
After Colombia’s central bank surprised markets by lifting interest rates on Friday, analysts and investors are re-thinking their expectations on the country
Mexican telecoms firm prepares public offer after reaching deal with Austria’s OIAG
Brazilian fund manager set to expand to North America, following European growth
Argentina, NML present arguments at US Supreme Court over asset discovery
Chilean bank becomes first Latin American issuer to sell paper in pro-bond market
Brazil’s development bank will invest in up to 12 private equity companies and support Bovespa Mais trading, in a drive to facilitate capital markets access for the country’s smaller firms
Chile’s peso is likely to lose more value against the dollar this year than the Colombian or Peruvian currencies, according to a LatinFinance poll
After Standard & Poor's downgraded Brazil to BBB- in March, Fitch says it will closely monitor “whether the government stays the course” after the October election
Brazil’s central bank is on the brink of ending its tightening cycle, analysts said after the minutes of the most recent monetary policy committee meeting were released on Thursday
Miguel Castilla says Peru is committed to free-market policies, regardless of who is running the finance ministry
Companies and sovereigns face a challenging scenario in the next few months to raise funds at good prices
Mexico’s bond sales in the dollar, sterling and euro markets this year have generated a lot of interest from investors
Good intentions are not enough — investors are demanding clear improvements from sovereign borrowers
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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
The strong demand that we saw in the yen market was historic, which allowed us to extend the maturity in a way that we wouldn't have thought possible in the past.
Alejandro Díaz de León, Mexico's head of public credit
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