Economy & Policy

Peruvian elections put Grupo México project at risk

Economy & Policy Regulation Politics

Mexican conglomerate could sell or cancel the Tía María copper project if the apparent president-elect increases taxes and royalties, analysts say

Suriname bondholders enact default clause

Corporate & Sovereign Strategy International Financial Institutions International Monetary Fund (IMF)

Creditor committee says the South American country's latest proposal does not accurately reflect its ability to pay

São Paulo state seeks IFC advice on Sabesp

Corporate & Sovereign Strategy Economy & Policy International Financial Institutions

World Bank's private sector division is the "natural" partner to conduct studies on the state-owned water company, aide says

Eletrobras puts size on expected capital increase

Equity Economy & Policy Capital Markets

Brazil's state-owned power company plans to raise $5 bln as the government dilutes its majority stake

Rising inflation clouds interest rate outlook in Brazil

Economy & Policy Bonds Debt

Central bank could prolong hikes in the benchmark rate, but it will not have much of an impact on the capital markets, sources say

IDB finances water projects in Argentina

Loans Debt Economy & Policy

US-based development bank provides $200 mln to extend water and sewage services to small towns across the country

AMLO names next finance minister

Economy & Policy Regulation Politics

Mexican president picks economic adviser Rogelio Ramírez de la O to replace Arturo Herrera, who has been nominated to lead the central bank

Mexican banks welcome mid-term election results

Economy & Policy Politics Mexico

AMLO's left-wing coalition does not appear to have enough votes to change the constitution, analysts say

CAF maps out bond plans, eyes more SOFR deals

Corporate & Sovereign Strategy CAF Economy & Policy

Latin American development bank aims to raise another $2 bln this year as it completes its first SOFR-based sale

Argentina takes CAF loan for vaccinations

Economy & Policy Loans International Financial Institutions

South America's second-largest economy borrows $75 mln from the regional development bank to buy and produce COVID-19 vaccines

Belize bondholders agree to late payments

Corporate & Sovereign Strategy Economy & Policy Bonds

Committee signs a new non-disclosure agreement and urges other creditors to "carefully consider" the Central American country's request for more time

EXCLUSIVE: Mexico plans second sustainable bonds in euros

Economy & Policy Corporate & Sovereign Strategy Bonds

Sovereign issuer expects to follow last year's €750 mln deal with the same amount at a longer maturity, deputy finance minister says

Garbarino faces uncertain future as debts mount

Corporate & Sovereign Strategy Debt Loans

New owner of Argentine home appliances retailer may ask the government to step in as potential investors steer clear

Elections loom large for energy investments in Mexico

Energy Electricity Oil

AMLO's Morena party could usher in changes that weaken the prospects for private investments in the sector, analysts say

Bondholders could stall Suriname talks until oil starts flowing

Corporate & Sovereign Strategy International Monetary Fund (IMF) Economy & Policy

Creditors react to an "aggressive" proposal that seeks a 70% discount on principal and lower coupons