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Why Venezuela will not default Investors believe Venezuela is fundamentally solvent and may not actually default on its debt obligations. Maduro’s government has displayed strong willingness to repay its debt in the past few years despite the ongoing economic crisis.PDVSA...
Rising default risk Investors in Venezuelan debt (EMB) are undeterred by the rising probability of a default by this embattled country. Emerging market fund managers are increasingly attracted to the high yields associated with Venezuela’s high-risk bonds. Some experts, however,...
Are Venezuelan Bonds Really Attractive Now? Venezuelan bonds (EMB) would seem like an unattractive investment. The country is in a state of chaos and the government is stripped of cash to such an extent that the country is facing a...
Goldman Sachs buys $2.8 billion worth Venezuelan bonds Goldman Sachs’ decision to buy $2.8 billion worth of bonds issued by Venezuela’s (EMB) oil company Petroleos de Venezuela SA (PDVSA) has sparked an uproar across the country. Goldman Sachs (GS) purchased...
Why Brazil still remains attractive? Brazil’s (EWZ) stock markets were raging since the start of 2017 and may have been nearing overbought levels. But the revelations of President Temer being involved in a bribery scandal sent stocks and the real...
Chile is the second best performing stock market in the Latin America region behind Mexico in 2017. The MSCI Chile Index has risen 14% for the year, trailing Mexico’s 19.4% return.The iShares MSCI Chile Capped ETF (ECH) – the...
Though Late, Colombian Stocks Have Joined the Emerging Markets Rally Up until very recently, Colombian stocks told an underwhelming story of late. As recently as May 4, the MSCI Colombia Index had risen just 3.6% for the year, garnering limited...
The Central Bank cut the policy rate by 100bps to 10.25% and the Brazilian economy expanded 1.0% in the first quarter of 2017 relative to the last quarter of 2016. This first quarter of positive growth in Brazil since...
Fund managers view on Brazil Fund managers remain optimistic on Brazil over the long term and believe recent political chaos is a noise that has created opportunities to buy into the market at cheap valuations. Many investment professionals think the corruption...
Analyst recommendations Fidelity Funds Latin America fund portfolio manager Angel Ortiz believes the correction in Brazil’s market is an attractive opportunity for prospective investors to pick up stocks with reasonable valuations. Meanwhile, Paul Espinosa fund manager at Seadarer is waiting for...
Brazil's stocks now trade at attractive valuations Brazil’s stock markets were raging since the start of 2017, and may very well have reached overbought levels. However, the sharp plunge last week after revelations of President Temer being involved in a bribery...
These are the sectors to watch out for A sharp correction in Brazil after reports of a scandal by President Temer have raised questions about investments in the country. Some experts believe fundamentals of the country remain strong and investors...

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