Daily News March 4, 2016

Latin America’s Top 100 M&As in 2015   Mergers and acquisitions in Latin America reached $74.3 billion last year, down from the $116 billion from 2014, reflecting the tough year for the region in general. The number one deal was Bradesco’s acquisition of several HSBC assets in Brazil for $5.2 billion. Among the top sectors for deals throughout the year were services, financial and industrial services. Latin Trade reports.   Brazil’s economy plummets to 25-year low   Brazil’s GDP fared worse than almost any other major economy in 2015, contracting by 3.8 percent, according to the national statistics agency IBGE. Economic growth in the world’s seventh-largest economy has fallen sharply in recent months. The country has struggled with sluggish global […]

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