LatAm investors will struggle for safe havens
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LatAm investors will struggle for safe havens

Nayib Bukele, El Salvador, presidente, Central America, LatAm, 575, Covid-19, facemask, coronavirus

Covid-19 has made combining market-friendly economic policy with retaining popular support even trickier than usual for Latin America's politicians. In turn, it has become harder for bondholders to read the political tea leaves when weighing up where their money is best parked. For instance, investors who once loved Jair Bolsonaro's Brazil are now high-tailing it to other markets, including El Salvador, where another populist has just won power. In a busy year for LatAm elections, and with the pandemic still raging, allocating capital in the region's bond markets will be trickier than usual.

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