Jesse Rogers is an economist at Moody’s Analytics, covering the Peruvian and Chilean economies as well as key topics and trends in Latin America. He holds a master’s degree in economics and international relations from the Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies. While completing his degree, he interned with the U.S. Treasury and Institute of International Finance. Previously, he was a finance and politics reporter for El Diario New York and worked in Mexico City for the Center for Research and Teaching in Economics (CIDE). He received his bachelor’s degree in Hispanic studies at the University of Pennsylvania.
Published Work
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LatAm Central Bankers Bask in Fed Pause

Rate cut or not, the Federal Reserve's easing bias is a relief for the region.

June 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
Webinar-on-Demand

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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The Venezuela Crisis and Consequences for South America

This paper assesses the economic consequences for Venezuela and the rest of South America if Maduro serves out his new presidential term, and if he is cast from office.

June 2018