Country predicted to be fastest-growing economy; political stability and renewed public investment should lead to demand for credit. Banco de Crédito del Perú (BCP) has successfully navigated the slowdown in its domestic economy this year and is now well placed to become the most profitable bank in the region in 2018.
There are signs the banks are moving into a new and positive credit cycle as Brazil approaches the end of its monetary-easing cycle and expectations for the country’s GDP growth in 2018 improve. “After four years of downturn, Brazilian banks are approaching a new lending cycle,” says Philip Finch, financial analyst at UBS. The Selic interest rate is expected to fall to between 6.5% and 7.0% in early 2017 and, crucially, is expected to remain around that level for at least a year.
Risk enters Brazilian wealth management By: Rob Dwyer Published on: Monday, November 06, 2017 A change in the interest rate environment will require a fundamental shift in mind-set from the clients of Brazil’s private banks – are they ready for it and where should they look for returns? To receive more Emerging Markets stories, sign up to our alerts.
Argentina's primary deficit in Oct 17 almost half the ARS61.9 billion deficit registered in Oct '16 - on target to hit annual target of primary deficit of -4.2% GDP but was always easier this year than next (-3.2%)
Brazil: Algar Telecom delays IPO to January as deals slated for early December already R$10 billion and YTD issuance R$32 billion. Everyone wants to go before noise from '18 elections and while external EM environ so benign https://t.co/vhnEw0fzil
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