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  • 31 Mar 2014
    • 2014 FIFA World Cup to provide only a temporary boost for Brazil
      The 2014 FIFA World Cup will have only fleeting effects on Brazil's economy, since the associated economic activity pales before the country's huge GDP, its usual levels of investment spending, and the annual revenues of the companies that will cater to football fans. Nonetheless, the sporting event offers sponsors an unusually good opportunity for global media exposure… Press Release l Full Report
  • 25 Mar 2014
    • LatAm & Caribbean Sovereigns: Positive Credit Trends Are Abating, and Challenges Lie Ahead
      Two thirds of our ratings for LatAm and Caribbean sovereigns have stable outlooks, reflecting a balance of positives, such as some countries' structural reforms and improved fiscal sustainability, and negatives such as a weakening of the positive credit trends of recent years. Negative credit trends could develop if institutional reform efforts are not fortified or continued, thereby eroding the gains that led to the upgrade cycle of 2004-2012... Full Report
  • 17 Mar 2014
    • Latin America Bank Debt Issuance Will Stabilize in 2014 Following a Sharp Decline Last Year
      International debt issuance by Latin American banks nearly halved in 2013 from the previous year, reflecting the region’s general slowdown in loan growth and a more volatile macroeconomic environment. Drivers differ, as banks in Brazil pulled back from recent Basel III capital-raising efforts, and Colombia’s shrinking M&A activity trimmed accompanying financing... Full Report
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