Juan Lorenzo Maldonado is an senior economist for emerging markets and Latin America at Roubini Global Economics. Juan Lorenzo’s areas of interest include monetary and fiscal policy and inflation and growth dynamics in Latin America. Prior to joining RGE, Juan Lorenzo worked in the finance industry in Ecuador for Citigroup, Lloyds TSB and the Banco Santander Representative Office in Quito. He holds a master’s degree in economics from New York University and a bachelor’s degree in economics from Universidad Catolica del Ecuador.
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Recent Blog Posts by Juan Lorenzo Maldonado
- Can Portfolio Flows Play a Dual Role in Brazil in 2013?
- Why Did Brazil Underperform its Peers in 2012? Policy.
- For LatAm, QE3 Impact on Financial Risk Is Key
- Mexican Central Bank Stays On Hold
- Chile: Industrial Output Disappointing; Activity Indicators Robust
- Higher-Than-Expected Inflation in Peru
- Chile’s Industrial Production Lower than Expected
- Venezuela’s Chavez Needs the Opposition
- Colombia’s Central Bank Stays on Hold
- Uruguay’s Economy Grows 9.6% y/y in H1 2010
- Chile’s Growth Expectations Revised Upwards
- Urban Unemployment Increases in Colombia
- Chile’s Central Bank Intervenes Verbally as Local Currency Appreciates
- Venezuela’s GDP Surprises on the Upside
- Peru’s Economic Activity Pushes GDP Growth to 12.74%
- Peru: Domestic Demand Supporting Growth
- Venezuela Issues Dollar Bonds to Feed its FX System
- Peru’s Central Bank Increases Reserve Requirements
- Exit Strategy Has begun in Brazil, Inflation Surprised to the Downside in Mexico
- Latin America: A Closer Look at Inflation and Growth Dynamics in Brazil, Mexico, Argentina and Colombia
- Stars Align for an Early Hike in Brazil, Mexico’s Regulators Ease Pension Fund Investment Rules