Latin American countries are hunkering down amidst an escalating pandemic, testing the resilience of businesses, banks, and investors, with many observers sharply focused on how one of the region’s largest economies – Brazil – will weather the storm.
Recent data suggests that the economy is gaining gradual steam, albeit from a subdued level. But despite the near-term optimism, whether the momentum is likely to be sustained through 2020 is far from clear.
Dec 23, 2019
As Bolsonaro nears three months in office, problems are beginning to pile up, but some bright spots in the economy provide a silver lining, suggests Barings Investment's Emerson de Pieri in his analysis.
Apr 2, 2019