Economy & Policy
Brandishing fresh April growth numbers, Peru's central bank governor sought Wednesday to allay fears of an economic slowdown.
Chile Peru Asia
An unprecedented surge in reserves has left central bankers struggling to find yield – and still play it safe
Brazil Chile Colombia
Ballooning savings from young populations are raising the stakes for Latin America’s pension managers
Corporate & Sovereign Strategy Funds
Latin debt funds have had a solid run in recent years. But replicating record returns will prove ever more challenging
Not everyone has fallen in love with LatAm’s domestic demand story. For equity investors, finding the turning point is the route to success – even for unloved large caps
Corporate & Sovereign Strategy Brazil Funds
Moves by Brazil’s central bank have kept investors on guard over the past year. The best performing domestic funds have anticipated rate changes – and see opportunities i...
Cash is rushing into sub-investment grade debt amid low returns elsewhere. But as the market picks up, investors warn not all is what it seems
A narrow and disputed election win by Nicolás Maduro opens the way for greater changes in Venezuela’s economic management
Investors continue to pile into local currency debt. But liquidity limits and strict investment criteria will keep the markets constrained
Despite renewed fervor for the sol market, Peruvian companies are still looking further afield for liquid deals
A growing number of Latin American borrowers are looking to Mexico’s debt markets – the most sophisticated in the region – to raise financing
Andean Economy & Policy Corporate & Sovereign Strategy
As the Colombian and Peruvian economies expand rapidly, lending is growing at double-digit rates. Authorities in both countries must proceed carefully to avoid a bubble f...
Colombia Economy & Policy Corporate & Sovereign Strategy
Colombia is set to start awarding its $22 billion highway concession program. But managing the financing is easier said than done
The benefits of the commodity boom are set to fade – even if prices don’t fall sharply, warns Claudio Loser. Latin America’s blessing could soon become its curse
Economy & Policy Corporate & Sovereign Strategy