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August 1st, 2018. On this episode of The Bubble’s Bad Information, Paige Nichols, Celeste Bono and Adrian Bono discuss the pop culture phenomenon that is Bailando por Sueño, Diego Maradona’s shenanigans and Abel Albino’s statements before Congress.…

This week we discuss Argentina’s economy shrinking, President Macri’s idea to reform the Armed Forces. Also, is the government preparing for possible social unrest in December? Host: Adrian Bono, Demian Bio and Bianca Fernet. Our guest this week: Carolina Millan …

Armed with a US $7.5 billion tranche of the Stand-by Arrangement signed with the International Monetary Fund (IMF), and the news that Argentina will be listed as an emerging market once again, the government has announced daily dollar auctions …

The influential teamsters union (Camioneros) and the business sectors have agreed to a 25 percent wage increase, staving off more conflict and a strike that had been called for Tuesday and Wednesday next week.

Following the tension that spiked last …

The poverty line for a typical household in the City of Buenos Aires increased by 2.7 percent from April to May and by 25.17 percent in a year, according to the City’s statistics bureau.

A household with two economically active …

In a historic ruling, Gabriel David Marino has been sentenced to life in prison for the 2015 murder of transgender activist Diana Sacayán. This sentencing marks the first time Argentina’s justice system invoked hate crime laws for trans victims.

Marino

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 …

On June 5th, the Department of Labor, Employment, and Social Security mandated a cool-off period (no strikes allowed) of 15 days. The Department has the ability to use this as a tool to ensure that the city’s essential

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 …