The frontrunner in Mexico's presidential election race, Andrés Manuel López Obrador, has signaled he is open to continuing construction of the planned Mexico City international airport, despite earlier calls for its cancellation.
The month of April saw resurgent consumer confidence while an analyst at BBVA Bancomer predicted continued positive impact from the US economy on Mexican GDP growth.
Banco Neon, the former partner of Neon Pagamentos, was seized by the central bank last week and will be liquidated due to a string of irregularities.
A former top executive of the Brazilian group said that during Néstor Kirchner's government local companies were also involved in the kickbacks.
Brazil's benchmark Selic rate is currently at its lowest ever, hurting investment income.
The bank will be able to comply with its 2018 business plan without having to rely on the indemnity guarantee fund for public sector employees, according to the finance ministry.
A local news outlet had reported that the digital bank had been the victim of a cyberattack that had exposed the data of thousands of clients.
Billions of dollars have poured out of Peru's AFP system since the 2016 enactment of the so-called pension freedom law, which allows contributors, on retirement, to withdraw up to 95.5% of their savings.