Mexican oil company in talks with investors over $12bn investment in refineries
Cost of hedging oil revenues set to rise, Mexican Finance Secretary Luis Videgaray says
New Jersey-based IDT Corporation has become the first US telco to strike a deal with Cuba
Following a wave of equity offerings, Mexico’s REITs, Fibras, move to bolster their portfolios
When it comes to raising capital, Suriname faces "the typical small country problem"
LatAm bond issuances have dropped off this year, amid scandal at Petrobras, low oil prices and a stronger US dollar
Asset manager sets up Peru high-yield bond fund as market develops
Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto visits the UK and will address both houses of parliament
Moody’s has the rating on the Brazilian sovereign on negative outlook and is analyzing the possibility that the government might offer Petrobras financial aid
Banamex chairman Manuel Medina-Mora is to retire in June
Alternative liquidity strategies available to the sovereign, say analysts
Argentine capital rides strong book to tighten despite rocky market conditions that kept HY issuers away from market
Petrobras board elects Banco do Brasil officials as chief executive and chief financial officer
Mexican oil company garners strong demand for local currency bond sale sold through international clearinghouse
Board of Brazilian oil company to vote on new leadership on Friday
The Petrobras corruption scandal has rattled the markets, but market participants are trying to look beyond the headlines
With the expectation that rates in the US will increase, access to a variety of currencies could help contain international funding costs
Juan Orlando Hernández makes call for long-term investment in projects
Countries face dwindling revenues due to low oil prices, but need capital to finance infrastructure and social spending
Chairman and chief executive of Brazilian investment bank says the firm’s business model is evolving
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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 are entering a new era where we can't count on high commodity prices to sustain growth
Robert Rennhack, IMF
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