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The death of two-year-old Brenda Vega in Salta Province due to malnutrition once again puts the spotlight on this particular health scourge in the country’s north, notably among indigenous communities.

Brenda was a member of the Wichí tribe, an …

Oh, that’s gonna go super well with the press corps.

Cabinet Chief Jorge Capitanich is not having a good day. At least that’s what we could infer after everyone saw him ranting on live television against an article published on …

So as you probably already know, the dollar blue has been floating around the ARS 14-15:1 range ever since Alejandro Vanoli replaced Juan Carlos Fabrega as president of Argentina’s central bank, the BCRA. And yes, even though Fabrega’s only educational …

 

Argentina currently finds itself in a world of economic hurt.

Sad as it may be, morality is meaningless in this situation.

Arguing whether or not the Argentine government should pay or settle with the holdout creditors based on the …

 

Cabinet Chief Jorge Capitanich outraged many a few days ago when he declared before Congress (and later during one of his daily Casa Rosada press briefings) that the ruling Peronist government he belongs to had ‘practically eradicated poverty

Amidst the confusing economic catastrophe that’s filling porteño airwaves with apocalyptic broadcasts, and, if reports are to be believed, devouring our streets into an American-sponsored financial holocaust, the “dolar blue” has gone into free-fall. Accelerating faster …

 

Ten days ago, Argentina defaulted on roughly US $13 billion of its dollar-denominated debt that matures in 2033 by failing to deliver a required interest payment to bondholders. And yes, we said deliver. Argentina made a payment to …

 

Ten days ago, Argentina defaulted on roughly US $13 billion of its dollar-denominated debt that matures in 2033 by failing to deliver a required interest payment to bondholders. And yes, we said deliver. Argentina made a payment to …

 
Today, in “Countdown to Default”: D-DAY CHRONOLOGICAL FEED SPECIAL!
First, the rumors.

[BREAKING NEWS: REVERSE BAILOUT™?] Jorge Brito, the head of a consortium of Argentine banks, ADEBAreportedly offered at the last minute to contribute US $250 million …

 

Today, in “Countdown to Default”: D-DAY CHRONOLOGICAL FEED SPECIAL!

First, the rumors.

[BREAKING NEWS: REVERSE BAILOUT™?] Jorge Brito, the head of a consortium of Argentine banks, ADEBAreportedly offered at the last minute to contribute US $250 million …