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ECONOMY | 25.11.2021

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Latin America: The natural growth market for Spanish companies

MAPFRE takes part in the Latibex Forum, which brings the largest Latin American and Spanish firms face-to-face with international investors. Created in 1999, Latibex is the only international market only for Latin American stocks, and it has become a gateway for European investments in Latin America, as it allows for buying the shares of Latin American companies in euros.

Monetary policy in times of pandemic: the new challenge for emerging economies

Manuel Aguilera, Managing Director of MAPFRE Economics, describes, in this article published in El Pais (under subscription), the different positions that central banks can adopt to combat price rises, given that the origin of these rises is different in developed and emerging countries.

Mexico rises to 9th position in the ranking of countries with the highest insurance potential in Life

MAPFRE Economics presented this week in Mexico the update of the GIP MAPFRE index, which is calculated for 96 insurance markets and aims to measure the insurable space worldwide. Mexico moved up from tenth to ninth place in Life.

Teresa Sales, MAPFRE Gestión Patrimonial advisor, winner of the ‘MasterChef de las finanzas’ contest

Teresa Sales, advisor at MAPFRE Gestión Patrimonial in Barcelona, has been the winner of Finect’s ‘Top Advisor 2021’ contest. She recognizes that the greatest difficulty an advisor faces when dealing with clients is that they place their trust in you.

MAPFRE AM participates in CAPCorp forum with the largest private equity funds

MAPFRE AM, the Group’s asset manager, participates with the largest private equity funds, such as Carlyle and Tikehau Capital, in the sector’s benchmark events. Javier Lendines, general manager of the area, explained the pillars of the Group’s strategy in alternative assets.

The global supply chain crisis: what you need to know

MAPFRE begins a series of articles to explain the economic background to the current problems and delays experienced by manufacturers around the world as they strive to get their products to consumers. Here is the first installment.

Central banks: the tightrope walkers in the face of the need to curb inflation and boost the economy

For months, markets have been closely monitoring the evolution of inflation and central banks’ responses to it, an issue that once again came under the spotlight on Monday with the announcement of Jerome Powell’s re-election as chairman of the US Federal Reserve. Ismael García Puente, fund selector at MGP, analyzes this phenomenon.

“The new restrictions by Covid have an important psychological effect on investors”.

Alberto Matellán, chief economist at MAPFRE Inversión, analyzes the effects that the new restrictions announced may have on financial markets and the economy. He also makes an assessment of Powell’s nomination for his second term at the helm of the Fed and offers his recommendations for retail investors.

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