After a bumpy start, investors are getting to grips with risk opportunities under Amlo, says Barings’ Omotunde Lawal
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Latin America outperformed emerging markets in 2018 and it’s ‘very likely it will continue to outperform next year’
Mexico is set to lurch to the left when it goes to the polls this weekend with populist Andrés Manuel López Obrador, known by his nickname Amlo, the front runner in the presidential elections. Five managers weigh in on what Mexico’s politics mean for emerging market investors.
Growth in Brazil, Argentina and Mexico and steady domestic economy boosts Spanish corporates Q1 results.
Latin American equity funds have posted solid returns over the last three years on the back of re-bounding commodity prices and Brazil’s return to growth. But elections in three of the region’s largest economies this year could have a significant impact on their prospects.
The record run of flows into emerging market debt is continuing, but is losing pace as investors are taking profits against a backdrop of rising US rates and some geopolitical issues.
In this short video, H2O Asset Management’s Peter Nodwell gives three reasons why the Mexican peso is the most undervalued investment opportunity in 2017.
If Donald Trump makes good on his proposal to impose tariffs on all imports from Mexico to fund the construction of a wall on the country’s border with the US, this will have a profound impact on the US economy and on the profitability of some US companies. Are markets right to ignore this threat for now?
Paris-based fund manager Carmignac Gestion believes Mexico is well positioned to replace China as the biggest trade partner of the US