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Back in 2016, most senior members of the Macri administration justified the economic trouble the country was going through as the necessary measures to fix the mess that the Kirchner administration had left in place and that the positive results …

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 …

What was supposed to be a relatively calm day in the local economy – due to the fact that we are undergoing the fourth general strike of the Macri administration – quickly turned into turmoil following the resignation of Luis …

Local media reports that Minister of Treasury and Finance Nicolás Dujovne will be discharged from the Instituto Argentino de Diagnóstico y Tratamiento hospital this afternoon, after spending the night in observation due to abdominal and chest pains. The Ministry indicated …

Rumors ensued this week that, besides expediting the disbursement of the US $50 billion from the stand-by agreement reached in June, the International Monetary Fund (IMF) would consider increasing the amount of money it would loan Argentina, in order for …

Speaking to reporters in Washington D.C. on Wednesday, Treasury and Finance Minister Nicolás Dujovne did not rule out the possibility that Argentina will receive further money from the International Monetary Fund, on top of the US $50 billion stand-by agreement …

The Argentine peso depreciated by 1.8 percent today, with the average exchange rate clocking in at AR $39.69 per US dollar, according to a report the Central Bank (BCRA) led by Luis Caputo releases every day after the markets …