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The good situation in the deprived sector of the Latin American economies is what it is allowing that the governments do not have the necessity to put in risk their accounts to take it advanced anti-cyclic policies. For many analysts, the domestic consumption even is what it is maintaining the strength in the growth of the economies. That same one is what they come perceiving the great retail chains from the region that are taking advantage of the moment to expand regionally and to grow (while aid territorially to diversify to risks when diversifying the investments to them). I have already commented to them about the Chilean Cencosud (IPC: CENCOSUD) and their regional plan of expansion. Something similar has been making another company Chilean: Falabella that realised investments during 2007 by US$ 600 million and announced a plan of investments by other US$ 2,000 million (already counts on investments in Argentina, Chile, Peru and Colombia). Penny Stocks Latam now in Spanish The cheap actions that the analysts will not reveal to him. During the last year and a half, one of the chains of more profitable actions of Wall s$street could have turned U$S 200 into U$S 9,4 million. I will show to him how in a second.

I talk about the actions that are not mentioned in the stock-exchange programs that never appear in The Wall Street Journal or Investor s Business Daily and those by which his stock-exchange agent would prefer to die before counting it to you (it wants since them for its own portfolio). It makes click here to continue reading. – In the end of the week that finishes finishing, the Group Elektra (BMV: ELEKTRA) – the greater electronic article retail chain of Mexico, shook to the market with the news that it will invest to US$ 2,000 million during next the five years for the opening of 1,500 stores in Brazilian territory (where weeks ago first branch was hardly inaugurated his).