Economic activity in May was impacted by a nationwide truckers strike.
BB Investimentos said in a report it does not expect the surprise resignation of the card processor's CEO to bring changes to the long-term business strategy.
Evidence obtained by Brazilian prosecutors that relates to the anticorruption probe will be accepted in Argentine courts.
Digitalizing regulatory processes can not only help to reduce costs, but also increase efficiency, monitor new regulations and transform data for other operational purposes. Dino Sani discusses how regulatory technology is taking off and its potential benefits for banks in Latin America.
The country's latest corruption scandal is ensnaring more government officials, the latest being the justice minister, as President Martín Vizcarra struggles to regain the confidence of his electorate.
The decision represents major relief for investment banker Esteves, but not for former president Lula.