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CFO Newsletter February 2015

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Latin Currency Volatility Index What can corporations and debt issuers expect this year? The US Federal Reserve is ready for its first rate increase since the financial crisis, while crude oil prices have dropped more than half since June last year. But what does that mean for Latin America’s currencies? Latin Trade’s new Currency Volatility Index gathers data from the region’s central banks and financial institutions to analyze what the year holds for each country’s currency, as well as its possible effects on investors and corporations operating in the region. Latin Trade reports. Chile’s reforms: Best for business? Reforms include […]
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