Brazil, Chile, Uruguay and Colombia currencies reach new lows as investors escape risky assets
Despite sharing coveted deposits in the Andes, exports lag significantly behind Chile or Peru. But a map of conflicts shows growth won't come easy
Amid arrest warrants from Jeanine Añez's government in Bolivia, the former president looks for refugee status from Alberto Fernández's administration
Alberto Fernández calls for a united Peronism and an end to the Argentine "grieta" on opening day
Economic Minister anticipates first moves but says full plan will be presented after debt re-negotiation
Despite their close alliance, US and Brazil leaders have so far diverged with regards to Fernández
President-elect looks to strike the right notes in foreign policy and with allies at home
Fueled by the government’s own missteps, the former President has enjoyed a week full of positives.
The country's commercial deficit has turned into a surplus, but balance of payment results still give reasons for worry.