Batista trial a landmark for Brazil

Former billionaire faces charges of insider trading

The ‘new Mexico’ goes up in flames

Scandals threaten to derail Peña Nieto’s reforms

Brazil’s economy faces grim Christmas

Low demand and weak currency will hit imports, says Maersk

Lazard’s Weiss set to join US Treasury

White House confirms banker’s nomination to domestic finance role

Pemex chief executive Emilio Lozoya gestures during an interview with Reuters at Pemex headquarters in Mexico City August 14, 2014
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Pemex chief is up for the fight

Emilio Lozoya is not likely to pull his punches

US investigates Petrobras for corruption

Brazilian oil group already faces domestic scrutiny

Petrol rise fuels Brazil inflation fears

Price increases threaten Dilma Rousseff’s already thin support

Police detain mayor after Mexico manhunt

Abarca is suspected of involvement in disappearance of students

Argentina accuses P&G of tax fraud

US company’s operations suspended, says country’s tax authority

YPF seeks foreign partners for shale

Oil group chief hopes law reforms will boost investment

Brazil reveals its largest monthly deficit

Real weakens on worse-than-expected fiscal performance

Rate rise lifts economic hopes in Brazil

Investors are betting Dilma Rousseff will change fiscal tack

Argentina seeks its own shale boom

Country wants investors not scared off by default

Real falls sharply on Brazil election result

Markets concerned by Rousseff victory

Uruguay presidential poll goes to run-off

Leftwing candidate Tabaré Vázquez fails to win outright

Middle class key to poll in divided Brazil

‘Battle-axe’ and ‘playboy’ set for showdown after bruising fight

Fears mount of Venezuela default

President slashes imports to cover foreign debt payments

Petrobras scandal stokes Brazil election

Negative headlines could not have come at worse time for Rousseff

Neves has momentum in Brazil election

Challenger clashes with president Rousseff over how to restore growth

Morales heads for third term in Bolivia

Victory could make him the world’s most successful socialist

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