Skip to main content

Economy

The Macri administration and the International Monetary Fund are set to announce today a new, revised stand-by agreement that is expected to clear any doubts about Argentina’s ability to meet its financial obligations in the coming years.

Progress in the …

Treasury and Finance Minister Nicolás Dujovne said that, in contrast with the rest of the political landscape, Luis Caputo’s resignation as Central Bank (BCRA) Governor did not take the government by surprise, and indicated his replacement by Guido Sandleris is …

In a shocking move that surprised all of Argentina and the financial community this morning, Luis Caputo resigned from his post as Central Bank (BCRA) Governor. According to a press release published by the Central Bank, the resignation is mainly …

In an interview with Bloomberg TV, President Mauricio Macri rejected the possibility that Argentina will default on its debt payments, emphasizing on the “international support” the country has, “especially from the United States.” Moreover, he indicated that the new …

In perhaps the most unsurprising turn of events during a chaotic change of the seasons, a recent nation-wide survey conducted by Argentina Pulse survey (a collaboration between the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars and Poliarquía) found that 56 percent …

Attention, everyone.

As you probably know by now, Argentines are bracing for a new general strike on September 25th, the fourth one taking place during the Macri administration. The country is expected to become virtually paralyzed as the largest, most …

Argentina’s unemployment rate rose by 0.9 percent inter-annual in the second quarter of 2018, hitting 9.6 percent, according to the latest report released by the Indec statistics agency on Thursday.

The figure represents roughly 250,000 new people who are unable …

The Argentine economy shrank by 4.2 percent in the second quarter of 2018 when compared to the same period of last year, according to a report released by the Indec statistics agency on Wednesday. The report further confirms that Argentina …

As specialists continue analyzing the 2019 budget bill the government introduced to Congress on Monday, additional clauses are set to spark controversy. The last one was brought up by Clarín yesterday, which indicated the government intends to expand the reach …

An average household comprising two working adults and two children living in the City of Buenos Aires needed roughly AR $20,937 to stay above the poverty line in July, according to the latest report issued by the Buenos Aires City