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With the COVID-19 pandemic hitting Argentina as hard as the rest of the continent despite what looked like a promising start, and with the economy continuing to show signs of deterioration, Alberto Fernández’s initially high approval ratings are taking …

Néstor Kirchner had a routine that he followed religiously during the years of his presidency. Every day he called the Central Bank to know how many US dollars were in its foreign currency reserves. After that, he called the Treasury …

The economic troubles of Alberto Fernández’s presidency are quickly becoming synonymous with those of the country’s Central Bank. Emergency measures to halt the slide of the peso are leading to other mounting problems, requiring ever-growing draconian restrictions that only manage …

The success of foreign debt renegotiation evaporated so fast that the government could barely bask in its glory. It is not a secret that markets, just like politics, are a business that deals in future expectations more than in the …

COVID-19 statistics continue to deteriorate for Argentina. After boasting of initial success in the first months of the pandemic, days with government briefings showing more than 400 newly reported deaths have now become the norm. And although many of these …

In everyday Argentina, there’s no way to govern its multiple crises but there’s more than enough plans for tomorrow. The friendship between Horacio Rodríguez Larreta and Alberto Fernández was like a fish swimming against the current when the pandemic was …

The crisis in Argentina’s Central Bank become impossible to hide again this week, as foreign currency has continued to leak out of its reserves, given the subsidized value at which the remaining hard money it holds is being offered to …

President Alberto Fernández had to deal with an unexpected conflict this week, after a group of Buenos Aires Province policemen organized a widespread protest that escalated to a point in which dozens of armed officers surrounded his presidential residency with …

Less than three months after breaching 1,000 deaths in Argentina, the figure has now multiplied by 10, as cases continue to spread throughout the country and the first signs of hospital overcrowding begin to emerge.

Argentina is averaging more than 200 COVID-19 deaths per day

Argentina is now averaging more …

Putting an end to its ninth sovereign debt default, Argentina successfully restructured almost all of its USD 65 billion debt with private foreign creditors, as the Economy Ministry revealed that 93 percent of them accepted the government’s offer. That figure …