Central bank interventions affecting LatAm currencies since 2010
Latin American policymakers tell LatinFinance they are bracing for further currency falls
Brazil must overhaul its growth model if it is to avoid shuffling into a lackluster future. But as an election year approaches, change remains elusive
A sharp drop in the Brazilian...
Fears are growing that an era of cheap and easy credit for emerging market companies and nations has drawn to a close. What comes next is unlikely to be pretty
An unprecedented surge in reserves has left central bankers struggling to find yield – and still play it safe
China will forge ahead with efforts to diversify its $3.3 trillion foreign exchange stockpile into higher yielding assets, Yi Gang, director of China’s State Administration of Foreign Exchange (SAFE), says.
Peru will press ahead with measures...
Having confounded observers with his pragmatism, Ollanta Humala now has an historic opportunity as president to cement the gains of Peru's economic boom - and secure his nation's future
Peru will press ahead with measures to protect its currency from any rapid appreciation that could threaten its export sector, the country’s president Ollanta Humala has told LatinFinance in an exclusive interview.
Latin officials are struggling with the fallout of capital inflows in an era of easy money. The risk of financial instability may be growing
Despite devaluing the bolívar in February, Venezuela’s chronic dollar shortage continues. Another devaluation may well be on the cards
Battling the effects of quantitative easing is one of the biggest challenges facing emerging markets. But capital controls are no solution, says Chile’s finance minister Felipe Larraín
Venezuela’s government has devalued its currency,...
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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
We want to partner and co-invest with US companies from authorized sectors, when they are ready to operate in Cuba.
José Oro, Thomas J Herzfeld Advisors
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