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Retail and steel lost their stride

In a sort of tone deafness to domestic conditions, these industries seem to be decreasing their revenues more than the region’s demand conditions would indicate. Results of the Latin Trade’s 2Q14 Multilatina Index.

Multilatina Index: LATAM Airlines climbs 33 percent

The new merger between LAN and TAM saw its 2013 revenues grow 33 percent – though they were down for the quarter.

Latin American retail stays strong

The region’s retail sector saw the strongest growth this sector, but oil and gas brings in the highest revenues.

Multilatina index: Consumer market drives growth

Industries focused on the consumer market continued to experience strong growth, while manufacturers and commodity companies saw declines.

2013 Revenue Forecast for the Top Companies in Latin America

While firms in industries related to massive consumption and commodities will generally have a favorable performance, those in activities, such as telecoms and oil production will probably underperform. Important downside risks to our projections prevail.

LBC Multilatina Index for 3Q12

The index fell 2.1 percent from 3Q11. Nevertheless Bimbo increased its revenue by 40 percent, Cencosud by 30 percent and Femsa by 23 percent. The fastest growing companies relied on their domestic markets and not on international markets.

Multilatinas: A good year for transportation and retail

The Latin Business Chronicle Multilatinas Index for 2Q12

Brazil, Mexico Dominate Multilatina Index

Mexico's Grupo Alfa led the way in growth, with 46 percent.

Multilatinas: Marfrig Leads Growth

Marfrig and Vale lead growth among multilatinas, the Multilatina Index shows.

Vale: Agnelli Leaves Strong Legacy

Vale’s CEO Roger Agnelli, ousted by Brazil’s government, helped Vale outperform its multilatina peers.

Multilatinas: Full Speed Ahead

Multilatinas like Vale outpace multinationals when it comes to revenue growth.

Multilatinas Outperform Multinationals

The multilatinas post higher growth than multinationals operating in Latin America.

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