Emerging Market bonds have benefited from global credit spread tightening
Queen Maxima of the Netherlands, the United Nations special advocate for financial inclusion, has thrown her weight behind efforts by the IADB and national governments to open up Latin America’s banking system to poorer households
Potential capital market reforms in Ecuador will open it up to new investment flows to the country
Latin America – namely Brazil and Mexico – has benefited from capital flight out of troubled Russia
On March 12, Mexico gave Latin American sovereigns a lesson in increasing their funding options with an audacious 100 year bond issue denominated in sterling
Development banks are finding increasingly novel ways of financing the small and medium enterprises that form the backbone of Latin America
President Putin's actions in Russia could see the economy plunge into recession and jeopardise LatAm growth
These days, the attempt to create faster growth without necessarily addressing supply-side effects has led to a hunt for yield which threatens misallocation of capital.
Stephen King, chief economist, HSBC
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