September 1, 2017
Latin America’s larger financial markets showed adequate levels of liquidity, demonstrating resilience amid the region’s slow
economic growth, S&P Global Ratings said in a report.
In the last six months alone, a number of financial institutions (FIs) have tapped the bond markets, illustrating potential resilience from the region's banks and non-banking FIs, despite economic uncertainty and difficult industrial conditions, S&P said. Deep capital markets in Brazil, Chile, Colombia
Region's banks reveal adequate liquidity through capital markets activity and large client deposits, S&P says