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Latin America Economics > Latin America Markets Monitor — Recovery gains momentumLatin America Economics > Latin America Watch — External vulnerabilities mean weak growth, not crisisLatin America Economics > Latin America Markets Monitor — Markets steady after January routLatin America Economics > Latin America Chart Book — A Slow start to 2014Latin America Economics > Latin America Economic Outlook — Growth to stay weak as commodity boom endsLatin America Economics > Latin America Chart Book — Venezuela’s economic crisis deepensLatin America Economics > Latin America Markets Monitor — Calm returns to Lat. Am. marketsLatin America Economics > Latin America Watch — Latin America’s wasted decadeLatin America Economics > Latin America Chart Book — Argentina devalues as Lat Am markets routed againLatin America Economics > Latin America Chart Book — Markets resist “Taper Tantrum”
Latin America Economics > Latin America Watch — A look ahead to 2014 electionsLatin America Economics > Latin America Economic Outlook — Sluggish growth in 2014-15Latin America Economics > Latin America Chart Book — Growth relapses in the third quarterLatin America Economics > Latin America Markets Monitor — Fresh falls in Latin American currenciesLatin America Economics > Latin America Chart Book — Inflation eases backLatin America Economics > Latin America Update — Uruguayan authorities losing their grip on inflationLatin America Economics > Latin America Chart Book — Growth accelerates in Q2 but falters at start of Q3Latin America Economics > Latin America Update — Weaker currencies have not fully restored competitivenessLatin America Economics > Latin America Chart Book — Exporters beginning to benefit from weaker currenciesLatin America Economics > Latin America Watch — Brazil: how will policymakers respond to market rout?
Latin America Economics > Latin America Chart Book — Rates to stay lower than the market expectsLatin America Economics > Latin America Economic Outlook — A new era of weaker growthLatin America Economics > Latin America Watch — Investment plan another reason to expect Mexico reboundLatin America Economics > Latin America Chart Book — Fed sends markets reelingLatin America Economics > Latin America Update — Uruguay's revamped inflation strategy still looks flawedLatin America Economics > Latin America Chart Book — Slower growth to become the new normLatin America Economics > Latin America Economic Outlook — Hidden vulnerabilitiesLatin America Economics > Latin America Focus — What can Uruguay do to bring inflation down?Latin America Economics > Latin America Chart Book — Growth softensLatin America Economics > Latin America Chart Book — Domestic demand offsets external weakness
Latin America Economics > Latin America Economic Outlook — Outlook brightens, Mexico to stay ahead of BrazilLatin America Economics > Latin America Chart Book — Exporters still strugglingLatin America Economics > Latin America Chart Book — Growth picking up, but 2013 set to be a testing yearLatin America Economics > Latin America Chart Book — A better end to the yearLatin America Economics > Latin America Economic Outlook — Growth to slow amid global headwindsLatin America Economics > Latin America Chart Book — Currency concerns start to resurfaceLatin America Economics > Latin America Update — Uruguayan rate hike will do little to tame inflationLatin America Economics > Latin America Chart Book — Stimulus starting to take hold in BrazilLatin America Economics > Latin America Watch — A closer look at regional growthLatin America Economics > Latin America Chart Book — Persistent imbalances in the drivers of growth
Latin America Economics > Latin America Watch — Brazil: don’t bank on a rapid reboundLatin America Economics > Latin America Watch — Spike in agricultural prices unlikely to stoke inflationLatin America Economics > Latin America Update — Uruguay: persistent inflation leaves policymakers in a bindLatin America Economics > Latin America Chart Book — Weaker Chinese demand starting to weigh on exportsLatin America Economics > Latin America Watch — How real is the threat of protectionism?Latin America Economics > Latin America Chart Book — From currency war to currency routLatin America Economics > Latin America Watch — From currency wars to interest rate warsLatin America Economics > Latin America Economic Outlook — Weaker global economy to expose local vulnerabilitiesLatin America Economics > Latin America Chart Book — Inflation has further to fallLatin America Economics > Latin America Watch — How is growth shaping up in Latin America?
Latin America Economics > Latin America Update — Uruguayan rates on hold as economy begins to coolLatin America Economics > Latin America Chart Book — Markets pause for breathLatin America Economics > Latin America Update — Jump in oil prices is a net benefit for Latin AmericaLatin America Economics > Latin America Watch — Brazil’s growth model under the spotlightLatin America Economics > Latin America Economic Outlook — Bumps in the roadLatin America Economics > Latin America Update — Mercosur protectionism may have a silver lining for UruguayLatin America Economics > Latin America Chart Book — Signs of a return to “two-speed” growthLatin America Economics > Latin America Focus — How exposed are equity markets to investor risk aversion?Global Economics > Global Economics Focus — How well will growth in emerging economies hold up?Latin America Economics > Latin America Watch — QE3 would be a damp squib for Lat Am markets
Latin America Economics > Latin America Update — Uruguay: threat of overheating to recede this yearLatin America Economics > Latin America Chart Book — A flying start, but can it last?Latin America Economics > Latin America Watch — Will China pull the rug from under Latin America?Latin America Economics > Latin America Update — Uruguay better placed to weather slowdown than ArgentinaLatin America Economics > Latin America Watch — Policy set to ease across the region in 2012Latin America Economics > Latin America Chart Book — Growth concerns to dominate in first half of 2012Latin America Economics > Latin America Update — How would a crisis in Europe hit Latin American banks?Latin America Economics > Latin America Chart Book — Better placed, but not immuneLatin America Economics > Latin America Watch — Room for manoeuvreLatin America Economics > Latin America Economic Outlook — Weaker growth to be met with policy stimulus
Latin America Economics > Latin America Chart Book — Growth slows in the “big two”Latin America Economics > Latin America Watch — More to follow Brazil’s leadThis article appears in multiple services — Sovereign Debt: are the emerging markets immune?Latin America Economics > Latin America Update — Uruguay: rates have peaked, cuts to follow in 2012Latin America Economics > Latin America Chart Book — Markets take another poundingLatin America Economics > Latin America Watch — Rate cuts back on the agenda for 2012Latin America Economics > Latin America Economic Outlook — Heading into choppy watersLatin America Economics > Latin America Update — Uruguay’s slowing growth to continue for a while yetLatin America Economics > Latin America Chart Book — Market rout focuses attention on risks to growthLatin America Economics > Latin America Watch — Mexican rates on hold until 2013
Latin America Economics > Latin America Chart Book — Interest rates close to peakingLatin America Economics > Latin America Watch — Rates should peak this yearLatin America Economics > Latin America Chart Book — Markets continue to struggleLatin America Economics > Latin America Watch — Food price shock still has a little further to runLatin America Economics > Latin America Chart Book — Domestic demand drives decent Q1 growthLatin America Economics > Latin America Economic Outlook — Domestic demand set to drive growthLatin America Economics > Latin America Chart Book — Rising inflation pushes 'currency wars' to the backburnerLatin America Economics > Latin America Economic Outlook — The return of inflation?Latin America Economics > Latin America Chart Book — Growth to stay strong in 2011 but imbalances will widenLatin America Economics > Latin America Economic Outlook — Outlook good but testing times lie ahead
Latin America Economics > Latin America Chart Book — Not in a bubble... yetLatin America Economics > Latin America Chart Book — Capital controls back on the agendaLatin America Economics > Latin America Economic Outlook — Treading the middle groundLatin America Economics > Latin America Chart Book — Running into global headwindsLatin America Economics > Latin America Chart Book — On course for a weaker 2011Latin America Economics > Latin America Chart Book — Data starting to soften but recovery still on trackLatin America Economics > Latin America Chart Book — Markets hammered by flight to safetyLatin America Economics > Latin America Economic Outlook — Fundamentals remain good but growth set to slow in 2011 (Q2 10)Latin America Economics > Latin America Chart Book — Divergences in the inflation outlook open upLatin America Economics > Latin America Chart Book — Brazil continues to lead the way
Latin America Economics > Latin America Chart Book — Markets rattled by concerns over the global recoveryLatin America Economics > Latin America Economic Outlook — Weak global recovery to expose sharp country divisions (Q1 10)Latin America Economics > Latin America Chart Book — Inflation remains benign despite clear signs of recoveryLatin America Economics > Latin America Chart Book — Divisions in growth outlook come to the foreLatin America Economics > Latin America Chart Book — Still some upside left for financial marketsLatin America Economics > Latin America Economic Outlook — Impressive recovery to give way to sluggish 2011 (Q4 09)Latin America Economics > Latin America Chart Book — Inflation still falling despite signs of recoveryLatin America Economics > Latin America Chart Book — The rocky road to recoveryLatin America Economics > Latin America Chart Book — Rates on hold, for nowLatin America Economics > Latin America Economic Outlook — Nearing the bottom, but recovery set to disappoint (Q3 09)
Latin America Economics > Latin America Chart Book — Recovery set to disappointLatin America Economics > Latin America Chart Book — Latin America slides into recessionLatin America Economics > Latin America Economic Outlook — Worst recession in 80 years (Q2 09)Latin America Economics > Latin America Chart Book — Industrial production and exports continue to fallLatin America Economics > Latin America Chart Book — The economic boom comes to an end