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Taking on US dollar denominated debt in Argentina can always lead to big risks, especially when the peso is strong and the market looks happy to lend. But both the Argentine state and Argentine companies have continued to do …

Argentina finally secured an agreement with some of the world’s biggest asset managers to restructure the New York-based tranche of its defaulted debt, totaling USD 65 billion, with Economy Minister Martín Guzmán and Blackrock, Ashmore, Fidelity and other giants simultaneously …

Ever since Argentina signed the reviewed stand-by agreement with IMF and the Central Bank (BCRA) leadership implemented a consequent monetary policy, the peso did not only reduce its volatility but appreciated by more than 10 percent, from a peak of …

The so-called “notebooks of corruption” scandal continues its exponential growth as a result of the information provided by the actors from the public and private sector who are marching down to the offices of Federal Judge Claudio Bonadio and Prosecutor …

Various media outlets have confirmed that US $16.5 billion was sold in bonds by the government today, surpassing the original US $10- US $15 billion plan, while demand for the bonds have reached almost US $70 billion. It’s the biggest …

In its bid to end the conflict with the holdouts that have been litigating against the country for 15 years over defaulted bonds, Argentina is set to issue a record US $15 billion in bonds in the international market starting …

The whole vulture funds vs. Argentina saga is more stale than a three day old media luna. It made headlines again due to a fairly meaningless development that should push this Government to settle if they cared about putting the …

Argentina’s peso is constantly under pressure to devalue, and the government intervenes regularly and creatively to prop it up.

In an effort to keep the market under control, Argentina suspended two trading houses and implemented new rules to limit trading …

 

Today, in “Countdown to Default”:

 

  • One year credit default swaps (CDS) on Argentine debt are currently the most expensive in the world…check out Argentina’s company on that list – apparently Argentina is less trustworthy than Venezuela (60% inflation

 

Today, in “Countdown to Default”:

 

  • One year credit default swaps (CDS) on Argentine debt are currently the most expensive in the world…check out Argentina’s company on that list – apparently Argentina is less trustworthy than Venezuela (60% inflation