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Mass consumption in Argentina has dropped by 2 percent in the last quarter, compared to the same period a year earlier, according to a private report by Kantar Worldpanel consultancy.

With the Upper-lower class plummeting by 6 percent. “The period …

The end of the world, also known as the Copa Libertadores final between River and Boca, is near. No one wants to miss this match up for the ages, and since it is literally impossible – and I am not …

Druber is the app that allows you to buy and sell currencies at the best exchange rate, all from the comfort of your own home. Thanks to the founder behind this idea, Juan Manuel Pereyra Murray (he’s also the CEO …

Twenty-five years ago, back when Beverly Hills 90210 was a worldwide phenomenon and Carlos Menem was president of Argentina, we were treated to a brand new two-peso bill featuring the face of a stern-looking Bartolomé Mitre. Back then, the convertibility …

Get some cash now, because starting tomorrow (except for Banco Provincia, who already started striking, today), you’ll be hard-pressed to find any.

As protest during salary negotiations, bank workers will be striking tomorrow. Combine that with the upcoming long weekend …

Month after month consumers seem to be buying less in Argentina. For twelve consecutive months consumption in the country has picked off one percentage point after another. December 2016 ended with a 3.3 percentage drop compared to the same month …

A bank robbery has occurred in plain daylight. The cuprates have outdone themselves with this one, with the robbery in Tigre occurring in a mere 30 seconds.

The robbery took place at three in the afternoon yesterday, at a branch …

If there was ever a time to start riding a bike it is now. Gas prices in Argentina are among the most expensive in the region. Prices are now USD 1.16 per liter. At YPF, a liter can cost …

People like to be where the money is, and right now, the informal sector of the economy is still booming in Argentina. According to the Argentine Confederation of Medium-Sized Companies, the informal market brought in AR $14.825 million in 2016. …

Last October, the national Government announced that imported computers would no longer carry import taxes in 2017. Even though the measure hasn’t officially been applied yet, local sources have reported that sellers like Compumundo and Frávega have already started …