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How does populism rule without money?

How does populism rule without money?

The uncertainty generated by the possible triumph of Fernández -Fernández is big and impossible to clear at the moment. Naturally, the markets reacted with a 30% devaluation and a great loss of the va ...

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Argentina’s Crisis Has Already Impacted Brazil And Venezuela

Argentina’s Crisis Has Already Impacted Brazil And Venezuela

Panampost – Argentina’s political and economic problems, unleashed after Sunday’s election result, have already surpassed national borders. The impact generated by Alberto Fernandez’s victory unleashe ...

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From tsunami to ripples: other emerging markets surf Argentina’s latest shock

From tsunami to ripples: other emerging markets surf Argentina’s latest shock

Reuters - Argentina’s latest financial market shock has failed to swamp other emerging markets in the way its previous plunges have done - in part due to the increasing isolation of the country’s cred ...

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10 Tips from our weekly financial review

10 Tips from our weekly financial review

1) "A black swan appeared and Frente de Todos swept through the PASO. The FF formula obtained 47.3% of the votes far exceeding the ruling party. Juntos por el Cambio could be imposed in Córdoba. The r ...

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A bad step in PASO elections

A bad step in PASO elections

INFOBAE - The first effective sampling of the electoral process reveals an extremely adverse result for the government. Missing the first round and eventually a second, but the exercise now occurred a ...

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Argentina’s President Suffers Setback in Primary

Argentina’s President Suffers Setback in Primary

WSJ - Argentina’s pro-business President Mauricio Macri suffered a crushing setback in a primary election on Sunday, indicating that he may lose re-election in October’s election and see his market ov ...

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Everything You Need to Know About Argentina’s Election

Everything You Need to Know About Argentina’s Election

Bloomberg - Argentina faces a major decision in this year’s presidential election: Stay on the current market-friendly path or reverse course. Voters in South America’s second-largest nation will cast ...

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Will Bolsonaro’s Free-Market Revolution Succeed?

Will Bolsonaro’s Free-Market Revolution Succeed?

Forbes - The first seven months of Brazilian President Bolsonaro have been driven by the idea that only free-market reforms and innovation can bring Brazil back on track after more of a decade of corr ...

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Argentina will become a hopeless country if Cristina Fernandez wins

Argentina will become a hopeless country if Cristina Fernandez wins

Argentina’s populist former president Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner — who is nominally running for vice-president, but is the indisputable No. 1 on her ticket — is leading in most polls for the Aug. ...

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Three Reasons Argentina’s Primary Matters

Three Reasons Argentina’s Primary Matters

AQ - The candidates for Argentina’s October presidential election have been set for more than a month. So why are primaries taking place on Aug. 11? Given that the vote will cost taxpayers around $91 ...

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