Chile (CLP, Fomento) Currency FX Analysis
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Chile SWOT Statistics
Currency Strength Survey
Chile’s strong financial institutions, sound policy, and strong bond rating are amongst the best in South America. Chile has one of South America's most secure economies and its citizens enjoy a high quality of life and a low poverty rate. Exports are a major source of income for the citizens of Chile and account for more than a quarter of GDP. Copper provides about a third of government revenue. Chile benefits from several free trade agreements, which include the United States, Canada, China, and the EU. The Global Competitiveness Report for 2009-2010 ranks Chile as being the 30th most competitive country in the world and the first in Latin America, well above from Brazil (56th), Mexico (60th) and Argentina which ranks 85th.
Fomento Currency Analysis Update
Chile (CLP) occupies a large portion of South America’s western coast. They have a well governed, capitalist economy with a significant reliance on Copper exports. Chile's Fundamental Currency Analysis (short term investment): the Chilean currency has the potential to increase in value according to the purchase price party. Chile's Value Investor Survey (short term investment): the economic environment is favorable for long term economic growth due to high scores on economic freedom, government stability and SWOT attributes.Chile's Currency Trading Strategy: An undervalued currency, favorable business environment and favorable strengths and opportunities lead to a positive outlook for Chilean investments.
Factors That Positively Affect The Fomento
- Sound Financial Policies Latin America has been able to resist many of the economics woes of the 2007-2010 recession with a little luck and some sounds financial policies. After the debt crisis of 1982, Latin America has...
Factors That Negatively Affect The Fomento
- Quality of Education between High and Low Income Students In Chile, it is very difficult for a low income student to receive the same quality of education as a higher income student, which is resulting in a large gap between their quality of education....