The product, dubbed LatAm Marker, will carry fixed-income and foreign exchange data, including sovereign debt bills, notes, bonds and inflation-linked debt, as well as interest rate derivatives for each country, along with FX spot and forward prices and currency cross-rates-initially for Brazilian real and Colombian and Mexican pesos, followed later by Argentinian and Chilean pesos, Peruvian nuevo sol and Venezuelan Bolivar, officials say.
Mike Kirby, head of the Americas at TPI, says that si
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