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Following last week’s foreign exchange volatility that took the peso to new lows against the US dollar and cost Federico Sturzenegger his job as head of the Central Bank on Thursday, newly-installed Central Bank President Luis Caputo has moved …

President Mauricio Macri sat down with Jorge Lanata yesterday to publicly address for the first time the issues that have been dominating the public agenda for the past several days. Namely, the sharp depreciation of the peso and its consequences …

Whatever is fueling the bromance between Donald Trump and Mauricio Macri is working well. Argentina’s lemons were exported to the US after a 15-year ban, and its aluminum escaped the American’s new tariff regulations. What’s next? Argentina has officially started

After losing about 6.5 percent of its value yesterday against the dollar – a tumble that seemingly cost Federico Sturzenegger his job as head of the Central Bank – the peso lost more ground today, closing at a fresh low …

The now Minister of Treasury and Finance Nicolás Dujovne held a press conference this morning, in an attempt to convey peace of mind to markets before they opened, following yet another day that saw the peso depreciate sharply, and ended …

The Argentine Peso is at an all-time low today as it nearly surpassed the 28 mark,  on a day of celebration in the country, and less than a week after Argentina reached a stand-by agreement with the International

If this weekend’s G7 meeting in Charlevoix, Canada is a mild indication of the current state of international affairs, the end of the year G20 meeting in Buenos Aires should be setting up to an all-out battle royale. Is it …

Political scientist Adam Przeworski said “all that is needed is a state that will organize efficient markets, tax those who can afford it, and use the revenue to ensure the material well-being of everyone. Yet somehow states almost nowhere succeed …

The government’s US $50 billion agreement with the International Monetary Fund (IMF) caused garnered widespread support from some of the most powerful states, such as the United States, China, Germany, and Japan. In fact, American Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin commended …

As part of the US $50 billion stand-by arrangement struck with the International Monetary Fund (IMF) announced yesterday, Argentina’s economy and key institutions like the Central Bank are set to undergo a series of changes that the government hopes …