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Latin American opportunities abound, according to top investment fund

"If you are seeking returns, go LatAm," Javier Montero, a fund manager with Moneda Asset Management SA

Brazilian government promotes investment in ports

President Michel Temer announced a series of measures Wednesday to encourage domestic and foreign investment in Brazil’s ports

The long road between the AIIB and Latin America

In an interview with Laurel Ostfield, Head of Communication and Development of the AIIB, we reviewed the plans of the bank.

CELAC: Blockchain can help de-risking in Latin American banking

The Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean (ECLAC) has stated Blockchain could help improve costs in troubled banking sectors.

Capital keeps flowing into Latin America

Latin America – and South America, in particular – has been in crisis for years. Yet foreign capital, both direct and financial investment, has continued to flow into the region.

Buenos Aires prepares to rebuild its financial sector

After years of political and economical imbalance, technocrats are working to reinstate Buenos Aires as a financial powerhouse.

China keeps an eye on Latin America: Peru and Venezuela sign into the AIIB

The recent signing of Peru and Venezuela to the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank is just another action that shows why China could lead the economic integration in the years to come

Brazil: interest rates actions as inflation falls

Bigger interest rate cuts are an option for Brazil's central bank signaling an emphasis on supporting the economy as inflation falls faster than expected.

IMF downgrades Latin America prospects

IMF is now forecasting regional GDP growth of just 1.2% in 2017, down from the 1.6% projection it made in October.

Investors more optimistic about Brazil’s Petrobras in 2017

In addition to US$4 billion secured in new bonds, company received US$5 billion financing from China Development Bank and finalized sale of Chilean subsidiary.

Latin America to pay price of Trump victory in bond rush

Borrowing costs jumped in the wake of Donald Trump’s unexpected U.S. presidential election victory in November. Now that volatility has started to cool

Mexico central bank sells $1 billion to prop peso after Trump slump: traders

Mexico's central bank sold dollars in Mexico and New York on Thursday to fight off the peso's nose dive to record lows amid fears U.S. President-elect Donald Trump's protectionist policies

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