Argentina seeks its own shale boom

Country wants investors not scared off by default

A supporter of Brazil's President Dilma Rousseff, who is presidential candidate for the Workers Party (PT), celebrates after the result of the elections showed the victory of Dilma in Sao Paulo, Brazil on Sunday, October 26, 2014. Rousseff was re-elected on the second runoff and defeated the candidate Aecio Neves, from the Brazilian Social Democracy Party (PSDB). (Photo by Tiago Mazza Chiaravalloti/NurPhoto)

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 incumbent president Dilma Rousseff

Neves has momentum in Brazil election

Challenger clashes with Rousseff over how to restore growth

Morales heads for third term in Bolivia

Victory could make him the world’s most successful socialist

Drama of state violence grips Mexico

Peña Nieto is accused of failing to clean up official corruption

Brazil markets rally on election result

Strong gains by pro-business candidate cheer investors

Pressure on peso sows seeds for downturn

A shortage of dollars lies at the root of Argentina’s woes

Rousseff poll lead spooks Brazil bourses

Hopes fade for opposition victory that promised to boost growth

Brazil poll rivals clash on central bank

Rousseff campaign suggests independence will lead to famine

Foreign investors need to step up to a newly demanding, emerging region

Anti-corruption, antitrust and environmental policies in Latin America are increasingly coming under the microscope

Golden cola an improbable source of Peruvian national pride

Inca Kola is among a few privileged beverages more popular in their home markets than Coca-Cola

Brazilian markets look for Silva lining

Chiquita bid marks banana history twist

Brazilian families expected to make final bid for Chiquita

Argentina appeals to a higher authority

Fernández hopes to get UN support in fight with creditors

Fraga offers Brazil an orthodox path

Ex-central bank president promises market solutions

Colombia seeks dividend from wealthy 1%

Tax on the rich aims to reduce inequality and pay for security