Financial Strength Index First Quarter 2019

Mexican and Brazilian companies dominate the first 50 spots of Latin Trade’s Financial Strength Index for the first quarter of the year. The index uses the companies’ leverage, liquidity, turnover and trimestral performance rates to determine, in relative terms to each sector, the financial strength of companies in Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Mexico and Perú with revenues of more than $100 million. The companies in the top 50 spots represent a wide variety of sectors, with a good mix of agriculture, financial, auto and mining firms, among others. The list includes the financial data for 358 companies, with subindexes by sector and by country. To view and download the full document, click below:

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