Latin America's capital markets are expected to rebound in the last two quarters of 2023 because interest rates could start to drop in some countries, Goldman Sachs Group Inc.'s head of that business for the region said.
“I think there is going to be a lot of activity in the second half of 2023,” Facundo Vázquez said in an interview from New York. “The region is in a better position to take advantage of interest rate cuts because it started raising rates more than a year ago, before the United States, and in certain countries inflation is . . .