NEW YORK, April 17 (LPC) - Banks active in Latin America
have earmarked potential green loans for corporate borrowers,
which seek to advance environmental, social and governance (ESG)
criteria, despite some companies' reluctance to allocate
Latin American stocks rose on Tuesday
in line with world stocks as positive data from China and
Germany boosted investor sentiment, while currencies in the
region slid against a firm dollar.
MSCI's index of Latin American stocks rose
China has come out swinging after Mike Pompeo's three-day Latin America tour in which the Secretary of State publicly called out China for spreading "disorder" in Latin America alongside Russia. Pompeo identified the two countries, both of which hav...
LIMA (dpa-AFX) - US-Außenminister Mike Pompeo will bei seiner Reise durch Lateinamerika eine Allianz gegen Venezuelas umstrittenen Präsidenten Nicolás Maduro formen. Hintergrund ist ein noch immer unentschiedener Machtkampf in dem Land. "Peru kennt d...
Speaking Friday in Chile upon the start of his three-day South American tour, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo called out China and Russia for spreading "disorder" in Latin America through failing investment projects that only fuel corruption and under...
Latin American stocks and currencies
fell on Thursday as risk appetite shrunk after central banks in
Europe and the United States acknowledged global growth
concerns, while investors eyed progress related to Brazil's
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...
Latin American stocks were flat on
Monday, partly subdued by delays in important pension reform in
Brazil, while currencies in the region rose against a weak
dollar but Argentina's peso hovered around record-low levels on
political uncertainty. ...