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    Juan Pablo Fuentes is an economist at Moody’s Analytic, specializing in producing analysis, forecasts and alternative scenarios for Latin American countries. He also covers key topics and trends such as the global oil markets.
    Before joining Moody’s Analytics, Juan Pablo analyzed Latin American economies for IHS Global Insight. He received his master’s degree in international economics from Suffolk University and his bachelor’s degree in economics from the Andres Bello Catholic University in Caracas, Venezuela.
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    Moody's Analytics | Economic Research

    Economic Research: Moody's Analytics provides comprehensive economic analysis to help clients understand key economic drivers across all geographic levels.

    Moody's Analytics | Economic Scenarios

    Economic Scenarios: Moody's Analytics provides internally and globally consistent economic, regulatory, and custom scenarios.

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    Venezuela Outlook: Another Year of Double- Digit Contraction

    Sanctions, blackouts, and the political crisis sink the economy even deeper.

    May 2019
    Article

    Caught in the Cross Fire: Latin America Navigates Global Trade Risks

    We assess the economic consequences for Latin America should the trade truce between the U.S. and China fail to hold.

    March 2019
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    Moody's Analytics Webinar: Perspectivas Económicas para América Latina 2019

    América Latina se encamina a su segundo año de recuperación en el 2019, con una mejoría más generalizada a nivel de países.

    March 2019
    Webinar-on-Demand

    Moody's Analytics Webinar: Latin America Economic Outlook 2019

    Latin America is heading toward a second year of recovery in 2019 with continued general improvement across countries. However, key risks threaten to adversely affect the region’s economic performance.

    March 2019
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    South America Under Hypothetical Stress Scenarios

    Applying the Fed's latest CCAR parameters, the region's recessions would be deeper than in the U.S.

    February 2019