With slow growth and capital outflows buffeting the region, regional pension funds are supporting an industry focusing more on midmarket deals.
A slump in commodity earnings has slashed the country’s once-rapid growth rate and hit the peso, forcing the president to scale back her economic and social reforms.
Investing in the underlying causes of current distress in emerging markets can help give clues as to possible recovery patterns.
Falling commodities prices, slowing growth and the prospect of a Fed rate hike mean a bleak outlook for currencies south of the U.S. border.
With economic growth slowing and commodities prices falling, it’s getting harder to find viable investment ideas in the region — but these analysts can help.
The boom in issuance leaves some companies throughout the region vulnerable to currency depreciation, whereas others gain from it.
Lower prices for oil, metals and farm products means much slower growth for countries from Brazil to Mexico, putting pressure on policymakers to find new sources of economic expansion.
Sanctions increased against Russian companies; U.S. retail sales data released today; Chinese shadow bank acknowledges losses.
Latin America’s leading research director shares his views on the region’s prospects.
President Michelle Bachelet’s proposal for a state-run pension fund would alter a cornerstone of Chile’s modern economy and pose a challenge to private fund managers.