Rich Latin Americans Investing In Real Estate Are Turning Madrid Into a New Miami
Luxury property prices are soaring in the Spanish capital and its high-dining scene is abuzz with activity.
US Recession: Biggest Risk for Latin America’s Economies In Second Half of 2023
Mexico and Colombia could begin to see interest-rate cuts in early 2024, although they may come sooner amid signs of an economic slowdown in the United States, according to S&P Global Ratings
Chilean and Colombian Stock Markets See Strong Gains; NYSE Continues to Climb
Chile’s and Colombia’s markets closed with gains of more than 2%, while the NYSE also closed with a strong advance on Friday
Venezuela’s Democratic Setback Is Real and Has Caused a Humanitarian Crisis, US Claims
Bloomberg Línea talked to the Department of State about the meeting between presidents Lula and Maduro, with the former having claimed that accusations of human rights violations in Venezuela are “part of a narrative”
Brazil’s Economy Improves Under Lula, Defies Central Bank Rates
A rebound in Brazil’s agriculture and a strong labor market helped deliver far better results than economists had forecast at the start of 2023
World’s Biggest Gold Producer to Invest $540M in Argentina’s Cerro Negro Mine
Newmont Corp., the world’s biggest gold producer, plans to invest a total of $540 million to extend the life of a key mine in Argentina, the government said
How Does New Jersey’s New Affordable Housing Policy Work?
Newark, in New Jersey, has approved a new affordable-housing program. How does it work?
Electric Vehicle Boom Brings $95B Investment to Latin American Copper-Mining Projects
Chile, Peru and Argentina are leading the wave of investment by mining and automotive companies in the region