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29 diciembre 2023 | Nota informativa
This document examines the evolution of Latin America and the Caribbean (LAC)’s international issuance of sustainable bonds —green, social, sustainability and sustainability-linked bonds (GSSS)— since the region’s first international green bond was issued in December 2014.
14 diciembre 2023 | Nota informativa
Latin American and Caribbean international bond activity in the first ten months of 2023 rebounded from the 2022 lows.
9 de agosto de 2023 | Nota informativa
La actividad de bonos internacionales de América Latina y el Caribe terminó el primer semestre de 2023 de forma favorable.
30 abril 2023 | Nota informativa
Here is the United States economic outlook in six charts.
6 marzo 2023 | Nota informativa
In 2022, Latin American and Caribbean bond issuers placed the lowest annual amount of international debt since 2008.
4 Enero 2023 | Nota informativa
United States economic outlook: third quarter of 2022 The United States economy rose 2.9% in the third quarter of 2022, a sharp turnaround following two quarters of contraction. Here is the economic outlook in five charts:
16 diciembre 2022 | Nota informativa
After breaking an annual record in 2021, total Latin American and Caribbean (LAC) bond issuance in international markets has slowed considerably in 2022.
17 junio 2021 | Nota informativa
Capital Flows to Latin America and the Caribbean—First four months of 2021 Latin American and Caribbean debt issuers reached a milestone in the first quarter of 2021, registering the highest quarterly issuance on record in international bond markets. In the first four months of 2021, the total reached US$ 65.5 billion.
10 noviembre 2020 | Nota informativa
Global financial conditions have shown signs of stabilization since end of March, due to the action of the major central banks.
8 mayo 2019 | Nota informativa
The U.S. debt burden became heavier as a result of the unprecedented policy response to the global financial crisis and economic recession, and it has continued to grow.