How Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva would govern Brazil

The Economist: What would be the position of a pt government regarding left-wing authoritarian leaders in countries like Venezuela and Nicaragua?The Economist: There were irregularities not only by th…

Global rate rises are happening on an unprecedented scale

The superb tightening began in the spring of 2021, when a handful of central banks in Latin America and central Europe began putting up interest rates to quiet their wobbling currencies and rein in in…

Hack puts Latin American security agencies on edge

Hackers using the same name previously hacked and released the emails of a mining company long accused of human rights and environmental abuses in Guatemala.But Chile was so concerned by the breach to…

Latin American stocks, FX set to outperform EM peers

The index has risen 1.3% this quarter, outperforming the 12.6% loss in emerging market equities.2, with former President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva, a leftist, expanding his guide over far-right Presid…

India star among emerging market economies, says SP

Emerging-market central banks have been ahead of their advanced-country counterparts in hiking policy rates, and in Latin America they are now near the end of their tightening cycles.New Delhi, Septem…

‘Pacta sunt servanda’ says Gentiloni on new govt

(ANSA) – ROME, SEP 28 – Pacta sunt servanda, the Latin tag for pacts must be respected, was how European Economic Affairs Commissioner Paolo Gentiloni replied when asked about the new Giorgia Meloni…