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During his presentation this morning at the 39th Conference of the Argentine Institute of Executives in Finance (IAEF), in Mendoza, Central Bank president Luis Caputo assured that the market “understood the message” of the Macri administration, emphasizing that the country

On Monday evening, President Nicolás Maduro of Venezuela harshly criticized Mauricio Macri for cutting the number of ministries in Argentina in half, claiming that the Argentine president intended to dismantle the country and turn it into a colony of

Stay calm, everyone. Yesterday, Minister of the Treasury Nicolás Dujovne confirmed to international news agencies that Argentina would receive a US $3 billion payout from the International Monetary Fund (IMF) in September. He also acknowledged that Argentina’s GDP will have …

On Wednesday, dozens of people demonstrated at the gates of the Nicaraguan Embassy in Buenos Aires to protest the repression of Daniel Ortega’s autocratic government in the Central American country. The protesters were called to the rally by the Argentine

International Monetary Fund Director Christine Lagarde landed in Buenos Aires on July 20th, along with her economic team, for the third Meeting of Finance Ministers and Central Bank Governors.

On Sunday, the American Airlines flight AA900 on which Lagarde was

On the eve of an informal International Monetary Fund Executive Board meeting on Argentina, the IMF has signaled that Buenos Aires remains in the driver’s seat with regard to its economy policy as talks continue over a possible loan.

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The International Monetary Fund (IMF) raised its growth forecast for Argentina in 2017 to 2.5%, up from its prediction of 2.3% in April. However, the organization also upped its forecast for inflation at the year’s end to 22.3%.

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Hey, good news! The International Monetary Fund says that you can safely believe what Argentina’s  INDEC statistics agency tells you about inflation. Why the change? Argentina has improved the quality of its data, according to the IMF.

The IMF …

The International Monetary Fund thinks Argentina’s economy will do even worse this year than it was expecting. The IMF says Argentina will contract 1.8 percent this year, rather than the 1 percent decline it was expecting in April.

On the …

If you’re walking around downtown, be on your best behavior because we have auditors in town. That’s right, the International Monetary Fund is once again taking a look at Argentina’s balance sheet for the first time in a decade. …