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Venezuela bonds rally as opposition challenges Maduro

16 Jan 2019

CARACAS/NEW YORK, Jan 16 Venezuelan bonds have rallied sharply over the past week as the country's opposition has mounted a renewed legislative challenge to President Nicolas Maduro, whose second term in office started this month and has been widely dubbed as illegitimate.

Brazil's Vale to pump $500 million into nickel mine, ends partner quest

04 Dec 2018

NEW YORK Brazilian miner Vale SA , the world's top nickel producer, plans to invest $500 million in its struggling New Caledonia nickel mine on its own after previously vowing to find a partner for the venture.

Markets sweat over Mexican president's 'true colours' on inauguration eve

01 Dec 2018

MEXICO CITY/NEW YORK During Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador's successful campaign for the Mexican presidency, his advisers met representatives of dozens of investment funds to allay fears about the leftist's plans, saying he prized economic stability and wanted to attract foreign capital. | Video

Markets sweat on Lopez Obrador's 'true colors' on eve of new Mexican presidency

30 Nov 2018

MEXICO CITY/NEW YORK, Nov 30 During Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador's successful campaign for the Mexican presidency, his advisers met representatives of dozens of investment funds to allay fears about the leftist's plans, saying he prized economic stability and wanted to attract foreign capital.

Incoming Mexican government has little room for error - adviser

15 Nov 2018

NEW YORK An adviser to Mexican president-elect Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador sought on Thursday to reassure investors in New York, following weeks of upheaval in Mexican financial markets and doubts about the policies of the incoming left-leaning government.

Brazil carrier Gol says country's foreign ownership ban is outdated

14 Nov 2018

NEW YORK, Nov 14 Decades-old regulations barring foreigners from owning Brazil's airlines are outdated and "might make no sense anymore," the top executive of Brazil's largest airline, Gol Linhas Aereas Inteligentes SA, said on Wednesday.

UPDATE 1-Bradesco CEO says Brazil banks to deliver proposal to cut loan rates

13 Nov 2018

NEW YORK, Nov 13 Brazil's main banking lobby is going to deliver proposals aimed at reducing loan interest rates to President-elect Jair Bolsonaro once he is inaugurated in January, Bradesco's Chief Executive Octavio de Lazari told Reuters on Tuesday.

RPT-Brazil's BRF turnaround will take at least 2 years -CEO

13 Nov 2018

NEW YORK, Nov 12 Investors will not see the results of a turnaround in Brazil's BRF SA, the world's largest poultry exporter, in the short term, the company's chief executive officer Pedro Parente told Reuters on Monday.

Brazil's BRF turnaround will take at least 2 years -CEO

12 Nov 2018

NEW YORK, Nov 12 Investors will not see the results of a turnaround in Brazil's BRF SA, the world's largest poultry exporter, in the short term, the company's chief executive officer Pedro Parente told Reuters on Monday.

Global stocks rise after U.S. vote splits power; dollar slips

07 Nov 2018

NEW YORK Most major stock markets rose on Wednesday, led by a strong rally on Wall Street, after the outcome of the U.S. midterm congressional elections drove expectations of political gridlock in Washington, boosting risk assets and weighing on the dollar. | Video

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