Capital Markets Debt Bonds
Conservative candidate Sebastian Pinera wins the most votes, but fails to avoid a December 17 run-off against socialist Alejandro Guillier
Regulation Economy & Policy Mexico
Central bank keeps benchmark at 7% due to increased inflation and FX volatility
Loans Features Brazil
Beyond banks, other Brazilian businesses are also being forced to take action to clamp down on money laundering.
Asset Management Economy & Policy Politics
In a roundtable discussion hosted by LatinFinance at the IMF/World Bank annual meetings, policymakers and investors discussed the changes in the global financial and econ...
Bonds Debt Capital Markets
Gathered for the IMF/World Bank annual meetings, government officials from Latin America and the Caribbean presented a mixed picture of economic prospects in the region.
Politics Economy & Policy Brazil
The radical evolution of the financial system is catching supervisors on the back foot. How they respond will determine whether technology becomes a force for development...
Economy & Policy Project & Infrastructure Finance Politics
The two earthquakes that shook Mexico are not expected to unsettle the economy. Rather, a short-term surge in retail sales and the rebuilding efforts could provide a boos...
Debenture Economy & Policy Fixed Income
State government representatives market an infrastructure concession opportunity
Corporate & Sovereign Strategy Debt Economy & Policy
The credit rating agency raised the sovereign's rating to B+ from B
Economy & Policy Regulation
Central Bank surprises analysts with a 25bp reduction in interest levels
Economy & Policy Project & Infrastructure Finance Energy
Energy regulator offloads six blocks throughout the second and third bidding rounds of product sharing
Brazil Economy & Policy
Brazil's central bank said in a statement that it lowered the benchmark interest rate by 75bp to 7.5%, a move largely in line with most analysts' reports
Argentina Economy & Policy
Argentina's central bank hiked its monetary policy rate to 27.75% from 26.25% in a bid to lower the country's inflation rate.
Brazilian President Michel Temer's proposed pension overhaul is unlikely to pass the tape in the immediate term, according to a report from Moody's.
Chile Economy & Policy Corporate & Sovereign Strategy
Central bank keeps benchmark interest at 2.5%, warns it will pay closer attention to delayed convergence of inflation