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  • uploads///GDP Growth Rates in Major Latin American Economies
    Macroeconomic Analysis

    Latin America Is at a Crossroads

    Latin America is at a crossroads. While some economies are faring reasonably well, others are struggling to recover from slower growth since 2013.

    By BlackRock
  • uploads///Mexicos Economy Hasnt Picked Up Yet Despite Reforms
    Macroeconomic Analysis

    Why Mexico’s GDP Growth Hasn’t Picked Up despite Reforms

    Mexico’s GDP growth hasn’t picked up yet. One of the reasons is that the manufacturing sector in Mexico is slowing down.

    By Andrew Stanners
  • uploads///Mexico Has Beefed Up its Foreign Reserves
    Macroeconomic Analysis

    Why Monetary Policy Is Actually a Bright Spot in Mexico

    Monetary policy is actually a bright spot in Mexico. Since inflation rates touched 4.5% in January 2014, the central bank has done a good job keeping inflation in check.

    By Andrew Stanners
  • uploads///Lower Oil Prices Have Led to a Widening of Mexicos Budget Deficit
    Macroeconomic Analysis

    How the Mexican Government Has Pleased Investors

    Oil (USO) prices have plunged by over 60% since last summer while other commodities have taken similar hits.

    By Andrew Stanners
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    Macroeconomic Analysis

    Successful Oil Auctions Have Boosted the Mexican Peso

    Successful oil auctions have boosted the Mexican peso. Since the second auction on September 30, the peso has appreciated by 2.9% against the US dollar as of November 2.

    By Andrew Stanners
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    Macroeconomic Analysis

    Why Did China Devalue Its Currency?

    China (GCH) devalued the yuan by 2% in August, its largest move in 20 years. A weak currency helps boost exports, which can in turn lift the economy.

    By Hugh Young
  • uploads///Total Government expenditure on education
    Macroeconomic Analysis

    Investing in Education to Reduce Poverty in Latin America

    In an effort to reduce inequality and poverty in Latin America, governments there have increased education spending many times over in the last decade or so.

    By BlackRock
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