Guatemalan Economy Rebounds in a Complicated Scenario: What to Think?

By José Alvarez on November 28, 2019

How does the Guatemalan economy behave when compared to other countries in Central America?

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The European Central Bank Is Breaking Out the Heavy Artillery

By Daniel Fernández on September 29, 2019

The ECB is anticipating a new economic crisis. Can it get ahead of it?

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How Will the Global Recession Affect Spain?

By Daniel Fernández on September 16, 2019

Is Spain ready to face another Recession?

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Does China Devalue Its Currency?

By Daniel Fernández on September 4, 2019

Is China using the exchange rate to gain competitiveness illegitimately?

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Is 2019 the New 2006?

By Daniel Fernández on July 12, 2019

When the yield curve inverted in 2006, analysts said that “this time it’s different,” that the US economy was solid. Some can be heard making the same claims in 2019. History doesn’t repeat itself, but it does rhyme, and 2019 appears to be rhyming with 2006.

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Are the Sanctions Causing Venezuela’s Deterioration?

By Jon Aldekoa on June 10, 2019

Is the United States responsible for the recent increase in Venezuela’s mortality rate and decreasing calorie intake?

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Will China Reverse Its Trade Surplus with the United States?

By Diego Santizo on May 21, 2019

China’s trade surplus with the US continues to grow despite Trump’s rhetoric. Will this trend continue?

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The Real Public Debt in the United States and Europe

By Kike Briega, CFA on April 23, 2019

If future pensions and health services were accounted for as debt, how much would the public debt amount to in the United States and in other countries?

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The Forgotten Crisis: Nicaragua on the Edge of the Abyss

By Jorge Eduardo García García on April 12, 2019

By how much did the Nicaraguan economy fall in 2018? How much is it expected to fall in 2019? Find the answers to these questions by clicking here.

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Andrés Manuel López Obrador: Friend or Foe to Private Investment?

By Jorge Eduardo García García on March 26, 2019

What the new airport’s cancellation, the strengthening of Pemex, and the energy-market reform tell us.

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