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  • 23 Mar 2015
    • Latin American bank debt issuance to decline again in 2015
      Debt issuance by banks throughout the region will decline on a drop in banks’ funding needs resulting from record issuance in 2012 and the weakening of some the region’s largest economies in 2014. Rising domestic interest rates, falling loan growth, the prospect of rising interest rates in the US and Brazil’s Petrobras corruption scandal are also contributing to the ongoing decline…Press Release l Full Report
  • 3 Mar 2015
    • Brazilian banks could face ripple effects from Petrobras’ business partners
      The deepening investigation into an alleged kickback scheme at Petrobras has triggered concerns for Brazilian banks with exposures not only to the state-controlled oil company, but also to its suppliers, as well as the broader oil and gas sector and the construction sector. The risks are greatest for Brazil’s public banks, since the government could compel them to offer the sector support to prevent a credit crunch…Press Release l Full Report
  • 4 Feb 2015
    • Latin America’s vulnerabilities to China slowdown varied but limited
      Exposures to slower growth in China vary widely across Latin America but are generally limited, with exports to China making up only about 2% of GDP across the region. At the country level, Chile is most exposed, followed by Venezuela, Uruguay, Peru and Brazil. At the company level, exporters of base metals and iron ore have the greatest vulnerabilities… Full Report
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  DateDocument Type Title Issuer/Entity
22 May 2015 Credit Opinion Quickfood S.A. Quickfood S.A.
22 May 2015 Credit Opinion Holcim (Argentina) S.A. Holcim (Argentina) S.A.
22 May 2015 Credit Opinion Newsan S.A. Newsan S.A.
22 May 2015 Credit Opinion Longvie S.A. Longvie S.A.
22 May 2015 Credit Opinion Everest Re Group, Ltd. Everest Re Group, Ltd.
22 May 2015 Rating Action Moody's upgrades the Municipality of Ramos Arizpe issuer ratings to Ba3/Baa1.mx from B1/Baa2.mx. The outlook is stable
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Ramos Arizpe, Municipality of
22 May 2015 Credit Opinion - Translation Cordoba, Municipality of (Spanish) Cordoba, Municipality of
22 May 2015 Credit Opinion - Translation Galileo Global FCI (Spanish)
22 May 2015 Credit Opinion Vianorte S.A. Vianorte S.A.
22 May 2015 Credit Opinion Camuzzi Gas Pampeana S.A. Camuzzi Gas Pampeana S.A.
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