5 edition of Bond Markets in Latin America found in the catalog.
June 30, 2008
by The MIT Press
Written in English
|Contributions||Eduardo Borensztein (Editor), Kevin Cowan (Editor), Barry Eichengreen (Editor), Ugo Panizza (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||312|
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Global experience and the development of government bond markets in Latin America and the Caribbean Structural conditions of the Latin American and Caribbean economies. Although the experiences of Asia, Europe, and the United States are instructive - and in different ways show how weak or small markets can be strengthened through cooperation or. is likely to be a year of volatility in Latin America, but markets look promising for long-term investors. Given banks’ and other financial institutions’ significant exposure to Latin.
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The first comprehensive examination of the importance of local bond market development in Latin America, with conceptual and comparative assessments, case studies of six countries, and new, unique data sets.
Developing local bond markets is high on the policy agenda of Latin America. Bond markets are an essential component of a well-functioning financial market. This book is a unique tool for understanding how private bond markets have evolved in Latin America after almost two decades of economic reforms.
This compilation of essays by top-notch experts explains both the impressive developments of the fixed income markets of the region and the main obstacles they currently : Hardcover. : Bond Markets in Latin America: On the Verge of a Big Bang.
(The MIT Press) () and a great selection of similar New, Used and Collectible Books available now at 3/5(1). "Latin American bond markets are growing and may even approach a "big bang"--Like surge, although significant challenges remain.
This first examination of the importance of local bond market development in Latin American provides conceptual and comparative assessments, case studies of six countries, surveys of firms and investors, and a cross country economic analysis of the determinants of. In book: Bond Markets in Latin America, pp base in the form of welldeveloped private pension funds has a positive impact on the development of the corporate bond market in Latin America.
Latin America’s first green bond was issued in late —and since then 11 countries have issued these bonds with Brazil. It is observed that Brazil is currently leading the market with the highest number of issuances.
In terms of volume, Chile is on the top of Latin America’s green bond market. Latin America: Emerging Markets Bond Index spread by country Latin America: Emerging Markets Bond Index by country Central government debt to GDP ratio in Sweden Latin American Local Capital Markets.
View the full book (PDF) This is just as true in emerging economies with free markets, such as those found in Latin America, as it is in developed markets. However, capital markets in the region are not being utilized to the fullest. including the considerable size of the government bond markets.
volume. Finally, chapter 9 analyzes data on bond market development for a cross-section of emerging markets and advanced countries as a way of summarizing the state of play. It uses evidence from other regions as a yardstick for measuring the principal obstacles to the cor-porate bond market in Latin America.
GlobalCapital's Emerging Markets service brings the latest news on bonds, loans and equities from the Latin America region.
Find EM bond comments & LatAm DCM Rankings. Latin America & Caribbean: Green finance state of the market is the first detailed analysis of the LAC green finance market since the first issuer from the region entered the market in The report is sponsored by United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) through the Partnership for Action on Green Economy, and by the Inter-American Development Bank and IDB Invest.
The FTSE Latin American Government Bond Index (LATAMGBI) measures the performance of government bonds from five Latin American markets, denominated in local currencies, providing a broad benchmark for sovereign Latin American markets. Sub-indexes are available in any combination of Yield Book®”, Beyond Ratings®”, and all other.
Developing local bond markets is high on the policy agenda of Latin America. Bond markets are an essential component of a well-functioning financial market.
Facilitating the efforts of public and private borrowers to issue domestic-currency-denominated, long-term, fixed-rate bonds insulates them from the rollover and balance sheet risks that have been central elements in past financial crises.
Colombia's Banco de Occidente said Wednesday that it plans to sell up to COP billion ($ million) worth of local bonds to finance its lending operations. The bank, part of local conglomerate Grupo Aval, will divide into three parts, offering three- six. After its initial missteps, the ECB has been a big buyer in the secondary markets as supply rose.
Bank of America analysts say that, while the ECB cannot buy in the primary market and that the first few EU new issues might be volatile, the ECB could ultimately absorb up to 80% of EU bonds issued between September and December Five main issues were addressed at the meeting: recent trends in Latin America, the influence of certain idiosyncratic features on financial developments in the region, the benefits and challenges of the development of domestic local currency bond markets, the implications for monetary policy and the coordination of debt management policies.
Latin America: Emerging Markets Bond Index spread by country Latin America: Emerging Markets Bond Index by country Central government debt to GDP ratio in.
Latin America will have new resources to carry out sustainable projects with the first green bond issue made by CAF - Latin American development bank - in the Swiss market for an amount of million Swiss francs (CHF), equivalent to USD million, with a coupon of % and a term of 5 years.
"We are pleased with the investor confidence that led us to increase the amount of the issue on. This chapter documents the underdevelopment of Latin American financial markets, and Latin American corporate bond markets in particular.
Statistical analysis shows that a limited number of observable policy variables and country characteristics explain eighty percent of the difference in private bond market capitalization between Latin America and the advanced economies. Market-leading rankings and editorial commentary - see the top law firms & lawyers for Capital markets in Latin America: International firms.
The Legal > Latin America > Latin America: International firms > Capital markets. Coverage By Practice Area Latin America: International firms. The heft of Latin America’s external bond stock is even more evident if we focus on non-financial corporations.
Latin American debt represents 49% of all EM non-financial corporate debt issuance in international markets. 1. Moreover, Latin American bonds offer a wide range of choices.
They are diversified across sectors, ratings, and issuers.Transforming green bond markets: using financial innovation and technology to expand green bond issuance in Latin America and the Caribbean / Juan Antonio Ketterer, Gabriela Andrade, Maria Netto, Maria Isabel Haro.
p. cm. — (IDB Monograph ; ) Includes bibliographic references. 1. Green movement-Economic aspects-Latin America.
2.Get this from a library! Bond markets for Latin American debt in the s. [Inés Bustillo; Helvia Velloso; United Nations.
Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean.].