December 3, 2021 |
Brazilian companies may have to raise debt to meet their fundraising needs in 2022 as a sluggish economy, double-digit inflation and elections put a damper on the local stock market, investors told LatinFinance.
"2022 may not be a year of a lot of optimism for the stock exchange. Companies will look for other means to raise funds. We already see a trend towards tapping the debt market, said Fabio Coelho, CEO of the capital markets investors trade association Amec.
Investor appetite for share sal
Corporate borrowers may rely more on banks and bonds as the stock market flounders under a sluggish economy and rising inflation