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Bryan Crowe

Bryan Crowe

Contributor since: 26 Feb 2010

  • Argentina: Winter Meltdown

    Published 22 July 2009 | viewed 3,770 times

    It's the beginning of winter in Argentina and the only thing that's hot right now is the capital outflows. To give some idea of how…

  • Brazil: Going for Broke

    Published 11 June 2009 | viewed 3,100 times

    Apparently full-year negative growth is unacceptable to Brazil's policymakers, even during the most severe global recession in a generation. They should tell that to Latvia…

  • MXN Under Fire

    Published 18 February 2009 | viewed 3,406 times

    Mirror, mirror on the wall, what is the most troubled cross of them all? Well, it's actually the Russian ruble. But in recent weeks, there…

  • Regarding Latin America, What if Commodity Prices Experience a Severe, Prolonged Drop?

    Published 03 February 2009 | viewed 2,744 times

    The Latin American region is quite dependent upon commodities as a source of income. Boom-time has truly been good to both hard and soft commodity…

  • Brazil: 100 is the New 75

    Published 22 January 2009 | viewed 3,814 times

    In a surprise to the majority of forecasters, Brazil's central bank lowered its benchmark rate by a larger-than-expected 100bps on Wednesday after an official vote…

  • Mexico: The First Ripple From the US Financial Crisis

    Published 16 October 2008 | viewed 3,735 times

    With financial markets now under constant watch and the industrialized economies broadcasting bearish news on a daily basis, a country such as Mexico is easy…

  • Singapore: The First of Many?

    Published 11 October 2008 | viewed 4,812 times

    Today's flash GDP estimate for Q3 officially confirmed that Singapore has entered a recession - its first since 2002. The economy shrank at an annualized…

  • Taiwan and the Flat-Panel Drag

    Published 25 September 2008 | viewed 3,828 times

    Taiwan's central bank surprised the world on Thursday by cutting rates for the first time in five years and establishing a potential peak to its…

  • Mexico and US Industrial Production: Joined at the Hip

    Published 19 September 2008 | viewed 2,621 times

    Today's announced -1.04% yoy contraction of Mexican industrial production (IP) for July comes as no surprise. This reading follows previous slips of -0.35% in June…