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Claudia Castro, Ph.D.

Director of Fixed Income Research

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  • B.A. from Universidade do Estado do Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
  • M.A. from Indiana University of Pennsylvania
  • Ph.D. from Columbia University

Claudia, a Director of Fixed Income Research on the Global Debt Team, covers Latin America and Frontier markets. She started her career as an economist and political scientist in the securities industry at Morgan Stanley, serving on the Global Economics group. Claudia held various positions, including at the University of Louvain, the Central Bank of Spain and the World Bank. She is a regular presenter at business and international organizations.

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  • B.A. from Universidade do Estado do Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
  • M.A. from Indiana University of Pennsylvania
  • Ph.D. from Columbia University
  • 17 YRS

    Industry

  • 13 YRS

    Oppenheimer

Insights

Global Debt

Mexico: A Sombrero Bullish Outlook, and a Yield Curve View

Portfolio Manager

Director of Fixed Income Research

We're more bullish on its longer-term economy but less constructive on its yield curve.

Global Debt

Brazil's Economy Will Not Go to Jail

Director of Fixed Income Research

Despite its political crisis, we believe Brazil’s fundamentals remain strong.

Global Debt

Mexico Is Calling, but Should Investors be Wary?

Director of Fixed Income Research

Markets don't seem to be pricing in the prospect of an unfavorable 2018 election outcome.

Global Debt

Selection Is Key for Latin American Corporate Bonds

Senior Analyst

Co-Head of Global Debt Team

Director of Fixed Income Research

We examine opportunities in Brazil and Mexico—key bellwethers for regional sentiment.

Global Debt

Brazil: Economic Transition Creates Potential Opportunity

Portfolio Manager

Director of Fixed Income Research

The country’s fiscal and monetary policies appear conducive to long-term economic growth.

Markets & Economy

Which Global Markets Are Expected to Rise or Fall?

Explore the big macro stories and key economic data that will impact asset classes and investment plans this year.

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