LatAm underperformance to continue into 2015

Latin America could underperform other developing regions in terms of its markets and economics for as much as two years, according to analysts.

  • By Steven Gilmore
  • 03 Jul 2013

Key concerns are the high dependency of many of the region’s economies on commodities, widely forecast to see further price falls, and stock market overvaluation.

Unlike in Asia and emerging Europe, price/earnings ratios in LatAm are above the long term average, making the region’s equity markets especially ...

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