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After initially gaining on the US dollar, the peso has closed slightly down against the greenback in the first day of trading since last week’s roller coaster of volatility.

Following the measures announced last week and the Central Bank’s decision …

The peso has gained slightly on the US dollar in early trading today, following the measures announced last week and the Central Bank’s decision to force financial entities to sell up to US $2 billion on the foreign exchange market.…

Following two turbulent weeks in the economic landscape, in which the peso lost 8.78 percent of its value and the Central Bank dramatically increased the interest rates to counter the trend, Treasury Minister Nicolás Dujovne went to political TV show …

As the dust settles on a short and intense week for the peso, full of Central Bank interest rate hikes and historic lows against the US dollar, the government will be hoping that the measures it has taken will be …

Update: Before the start of trading today the Central Bank has announced a third interest rate hike in a week, raising the benchmark rate by 675 basis to 40 percent.

Prior to the first hike a week ago, the

The Upper House is set to start debating in the coming days different bills that form part of the labor reforms the government seeks to push. The Macri administration intended to introduce these initiatives at the end of last year, …

Faced with sustained demand for the dollar and downward pressure on the peso, the Central Bank has once again raised benchmark interest rates and sold dollars on the foreign exchange market.

After today’s decision, benchmark rates have been increased by …

An extra-long weekend and an interest rate hike brought in by the Central Bank haven’t cooled interest in the US dollar, which today once again hit a new high against the peso.

At the close of trading today a dollar …

Cabinet Chief Marcos Peña confirmed today that, if the opposition manages to pass the bill that would have the government roll back on this year’s utility hikes, President Mauricio will veto it. Peña made the comments in a radio interview …

Luis Barrionuevo, the interim head of the Partido Justicialista, has ruled out any kind of political talks with Senator Cristina Fernández de Kirchner and promised presidential candidates within 90 days.

“On my behalf, there’s no chance whatsoever that I’ll …