By Henry Martell and Chris Hernandez One unforeseen impact of COVID-19 is the disruption to the worlds’ supply chain and the dependence on the off-shoring of manufacturing and services from China. This dependence exposes many of the shortcomings of global supply chains that spread across the...

By Victorino Bernal and Amanda Perez The specter of inflation in Latin America may send shudders through experienced investors, as memories of ultra-high inflation in the region come to mind. Fortunately, this is not the Latin America of the late 20th Century. This time Central Banks...

Latin America has been one of the hardest-hit regions by COVID-19, with five countries (Brazil, Argentina, Colombia, Mexico, and Peru) each surpassing or expected to surpass 1 million cases. As of September, Latin America accounted for 28% of worldwide infections and 34% of deaths, while...

Regional Overview: Latin America has emerged as one of the most uniquely challenged regions in the face of the emergence of COVID-19. As countries across the region prepare to reopen, the World Health Organization (WHO) has warned that the virus has not even reached the peak...