Brazilian industrial and commodities giant Grupo...
Argentina's Banco de Galicia y Buenos...
The Caribbean is enjoying a construction boom and offers diversification for investors. Equity markets are gaining critical mass and even the weather risk has been mitigated.
Brazilian state-run oil company Petrobras has...
Brazil's Hedging-Griffo, which was recently absorbed by Credit Suisse, is breaking into corporate fixed income. This should generate interest from foreign investors.
Brazil is the only sub-investment grade BRIC country. It risks falling even further behind if the government neglects urgent fiscal reforms required to power economic growth.
Mexico's economy ministry is expecting foreign...
Brazil's trade surplus in February widened...
Talks between Brazilian airline TAM and...
Chile's largest retail group, Distribución y...
Fitch Ratings has launched a new...
Luis Nunez, head of local debt capital markets origination for Latin America, excluding Mexico, at Citigroup, says developing a domestic market for the second tier is the next frontier.
In Peru, the price of food,...
Growing telecoms competition in the Caribbean is forcing Cable & Wireless to raise its game. New management is attempting to turn the former monopoly around.
Investing in Latin America relies increasingly on access to local credit markets. In Brazil, foreign banks are digging for gems they can securitize and repackage for offshore buyers.
Belgian brewer InBev said that its...
Brazilian mining company CVRD is in...
Brazil's economy grew 2.9% last year,...
Irish-owned telecom Digicel is rapidly growing its Caribbean market share, even in Haiti and Guyana.
It also has an eye on Cuba and Central America.
Jamaica is basking in the regional good times and claims to be turning a corner. However high debt levels and disappointing fiscal performance are holding it back.
Mexican financial group Multivalores is to...
Brazil's biofuels industry, bolstered by strong oil and liquidity, has caught the attention of the US president.
A funding boom is forecast.
Emerging market secondary debt trade has officially gone local, with Mexico and Brazil leading the charge. Local bonds look set to maintain their dominance.
The board of directors of Mexican...
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LatinFinance returns to Colombia to host the region’s most important capital markets and investment forum ... more
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The commercial relationship between Latin America and Japan runs deep ... more
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