BUENOS AIRES Political uncertainty over upcoming reform plans in Brazil will continue to cast a shadow over the outlook of Latin America's biggest economy, a Reuters poll of analysts showed.
BUENOS AIRES Argentina's central bank said on Monday it would set a new lower interest rate floor on its benchmark "Leliq" notes at 58% for the month of July, buoying the peso currency in morning trading.
BUENOS AIRES, June 28 Argentina's fiscal
targets, on track so far this year, are about to get squeezed as
pension payouts rise and tax revenues weaken amid a biting
economic rut, potentially leaving a poisoned chalice for whoever
is elected president at the end of this year.
MEXICO CITY Mexico's central bank is expected to hold its benchmark interest rate steady at 8.25% on Thursday, according to a Reuters poll, after annual inflation slowed this month more than expected, despite signs of weakness in the economy.
BUENOS AIRES Mexico's peso will navigate choppy waters in the near future, away from its recent stability, following U.S. President Donald Trump's threat to impose tariffs on Mexican goods, a Reuters poll showed on Thursday.
BUENOS AIRES Argentina inflation data is coming into the spotlight and could sway the South American nation's political future as it heads towards a knife-edge election later this year that is likely to be a choice between painful market reforms and a return to populism. | Video
BUENOS AIRES Brazil's real will turn more unstable as it becomes increasingly exposed to a pending discussion of a plan to overhaul the social security system that is proving hard to sell in a divided Congress, a Reuters poll showed.
BUENOS AIRES, April 29 Argentina's embattled
peso gained strength on Monday after the central bank said it
would ease limits on its foreign exchange market interventions,
signaling its willingness to sell reserves in an effort to
better control volatility of the local currency.
BUENOS AIRES Brazil's economy is expected to pay a price for President Jair Bolsonaro's struggle to pass his promised overhaul to the country's generous pension system, a Reuters poll of economists showed.
(This April 5 story has been refilled to correct attribution in quote in 14th paragraph)