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In Buenos Aires, the G20 Summit for the third Meeting of Finance Ministers and Central Bank Governors was in full swing over the weekend. Throughout the duration of the conference, President Mauricio Macri praised G20 efforts to bridge economies across

Treasury Minister Nicolás Dujovne was in New York this past weekend to assure to American investors that the Argentine government led by Mauricio Macri would maintain all the fiscal promises it made to the IMF after the US $50 billion …

Different media outlets around the world published yesterday the conclusions of a journalistic investigation concerning a new leak of documents from the infamous – and now non-existent – Panamanian firm Mossack Fonseca, whose information revealed for the first time in …

The now Minister of Treasury and Finance Nicolás Dujovne held a press conference this morning, in an attempt to convey peace of mind to markets before they opened, following yet another day that saw the peso depreciate sharply, and ended …

Last week, G20 officials traveled to Washington, DC for the second round of meetings for Financial Ministers and Central Bank Governors. The meetings usually coincide with the spring meetings of both the World Bank Group and International Monetary Fund, which …

According to this announcement made yesterday, President Mauricio Macri is proving his pro-business chops by allowing short-selling in Argentina’s capital markets.

“Short-selling in capital markets” might sound like it only affects super-rich investors, but it doesn’t. It can actually …

In financial news, although it remains to be officially announced, Clarín has been told that Santander has unanimously won the bid to gain control of Citibank’s retail business. The corporate giant has finally outbid rivals Galicia, Macro and BBVA French

Remember when we said that ATMs would run dry in the city this Friday and that you’d have to hoard cash so you wouldn’t be eating some ancient, forgotten-about oatmeal? Forget it! Forget it all.

The good news is that …