4,200 Stranded on Carnival Cruise Ship

A Carnival cruise ship carrying 4,200 passengers and crew is drifting off the coast of Mexico after a fire damaged its engines. More 

DOJ Blocks Budweiser-Corona Beer Merger

The U.S. Department of Justice has filed a lawsuit to block the $20.1 billion acquisition of Mexico's Grupe Modelo by Anheuser-Busch InBev. More 

Banco Santander a Buy After $26B Write-Off

With many of its bad loans in the rearview mirror, Spain's Banco Santander sits on a diversified profit stream, solid capital position and attractive dividend. More 

Play This ‘Demographic Dividend’ Long-Term

A country-by-country look at population data reveals some interesting trends about economic growth. Here's how to put this long-term shift to work for you. More 

Trade of the Day: Fomento Economico Mexicano (FMX)

This global beverage conglomerate has ingredients for big growth in 2013: it's rapidly expanding its non-alcoholic sector and it owns Mexico's largest convenience store chain. More 

Diageo: No Way, Jose … But Beam? Maybe.

Diageo ended talks to buy Jose Cuervo, and a bid for Beam and its Sauza brand would take a lot of coin -- meaning DEO could end up woefully short on tequila. More 

Bailout Boosts Bullish Case on Spanish Banks

Approval of a Spanish bank bailout has sent companies like BBVA and SAN, with potentially even more upside ahead. More