Stocks in Brazil rose on Thursday and
were on track to end the week higher, led by gains in shares of
financial companies as the real slipped against a strong
MSCI's index of Latin American stocks edged
Brazilian stocks fell on Wednesday as a
crucial vote related to pension reform was postponed to next
week, while currencies in Latin America were mostly higher as
the dollar softened.
MSCI's index of Latin American stocks fell
Brazil's real and shares rose on
Monday, recovering after declines last week, while the
currencies of oil exporters such as the Mexican and Colombian
pesos weakened as crude prices dipped.
The real firmed 0.5 percent in early trading before
Latin American shares fell on Wednesday
led by Brazil stocks as the government's ability to build
political consensus on the pension reform remained uncertain,
while currencies of net crude exporters in the region rose on
the back of higher oil ...
Most Latin American stock markets fell
along with their global peers on Tuesday, with risk appetite in
Brazil hit by a lack of progress on pension reform, while wider
sentiment was affected by a U.S. threat for tariffs on European
Latin American stocks fell on Tuesday,
led by declines on Brazil's Bovespa as investors awaited more
clarity on the much- awaited pension reform, while currencies in
the region were mixed against a softer dollar.
MSCI's index of Latin Amer...
An index of Latin American stocks rose
to a more than two week closing peak on Friday, helped by solid
gains in index heavyweights Brazil and Mexico, with broad risk
sentiment buoyed by hopes of smoother U.S.-China trade.
Brazilian Finance Mi...
Most Latin American stock markets and
currencies rose on Thursday, with assets in Brazil gaining on
hopes of smooth progress on pension reform, while their Mexican
peers firmed on broadly positive political developments with the
An index of Latin American currencies
gained on Wednesday as broad-based optimism following a report
the United States and China were nearing a trade deal overcame
weakness of assets in Brazil, whose government opened the door
to concessions in i...
Brazilian shares boosted by a recovery
in major companies' balance sheets lifted Latin American stocks
on Thursday, while currencies in the region rose from their
lowest levels in almost three months.
MSCI's index of Latin American stocks ...
Latin American currencies fell on
Wednesday to hover at their lowest levels since the start of the
year, led by a decline in Brazil's real as worries about the
prospects for the government's pension reform deepened.
Stocks in the region als...