What We’re Reading — 13 July 2016

This will end well for Avianca. 
Elliott Management Is the Mystery Lender Behind Colombian Airline Pledge (Bloomberg)

JPM skates to where the issuance puck will be.
JPMorgan’s Big Bet on Argentina Is Paying Off (Bloomberg)

Pemex looks to Japan for financing.
Pemex bookbuilding for JBIC-guaranteed 10-yr Samurai (Reuters)

Grim tales from the front (food) lines.
Life on the line in Venezuela as economic crisis worsens (AP)

America’s most powerful export: Americans
Growing Flow of Americans Remakes Cuba (WSJ)

Ochoa takes the helm of PRI
Young Technocrat Appointed as Mexico’s Ruling Party Leader (WSJ) 

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What We're Reading - April 8, 2016

Why would you endure the headache of covering Brazil, and not visit the country?
The Art of Calling Brazil's Currency Rally From 6,700 Miles Away (Bloomberg — 8 April 2016)

Deutsche Bank, HSBC, JPMorgan and Santander running a non-deal roadshow
Argentina readies for return to global debt market (FT — 7 April 2016)

"Mr Ryan, tear down this wall!"
Manufacturers to Congress: end Cuba trade restrictions (Global Trade — 7 April 2016)

Will #Panamapapers trip up Macri, too?
Se puso en marcha la investigación al Presidente (Página/12 — 8 April 2016)

Copper to Cochin?
Paranapanema completes first copper shipment to India (BN Americas — 7 April 2016)

Rio Olympics: three shits to the wind
Brazil Probing Fraud at Olympic Sailing Bay Sewage Plants (Bloomberg — 7 April 2016)


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