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Friday , 15 November 2019

Category: Economy

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  • Ain’t love for the dollar is fear to the peso

    Ain’t love for the dollar is fear to the peso

    Ambito Financiero - Mauricio Macri's government ends his term by taking several measures that he clearly does not share. The main of these measures is regarding exchange control po ...

  • Argentina vs. Singapore

    Argentina vs. Singapore

    DIARIO RÍO NEGRO -  The miracle of Singapore, keys of the country that most increased its wealth in the last 50 years. I transcribe the most important part of Carlos Manzoni's arti ...

  • Another reading of the impact of Argentina Central Bank measures

    Another reading of the impact of Argentina Central Bank measures

    Ambito Financiero - The recent measures of the Central Bank regarding not accepting the integration of the minimum cash (bank reserves) in pesos corresponding to demand deposits ma ...

  • Could Dollarization Be Argentina’s Salvation?

    Could Dollarization Be Argentina’s Salvation?

    Bloomberg - Peronist leader Alberto Fernandez and his deputy, former president Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner, won a commanding victory over center-right incumbent Mauricio Macri i ...

We Are All Entrepreneurs: Part II

We Are All Entrepreneurs: Part II

By Lic. Federico Esteban Herrera, Federalismo y Libertad. The components of human action   Continuing with our discussion from the previous article (We are all entrepreneurs: ...

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A Dollar for Argentina

A Dollar for Argentina

Wall Street Journal - Argentina is back in the soup, as it so often is. The prospect that Peronists might retake power has Argentines fleeing the peso for dollars, and on Monday t ...

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We Are All Entrepreneurs: Part I

We Are All Entrepreneurs: Part I

By Lic. Federico Esteban Herrera, Federalismo y Libertad. Being an entrepreneur is often associated with being evil, greedy and cold-hearted, and is related to the willingness to ...

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Argentina seeks to restructure $101bn of debt

Argentina seeks to restructure $101bn of debt

Financial Times, Aug 29 - Argentina’s embattled government will ask its creditors including the IMF for more time to pay off $101bn of debts, as the country struggles to avoid a n ...

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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 ...

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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 impo ...

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Volatility Is Back in Argentina as Election Jitters Take Toll

Volatility Is Back in Argentina as Election Jitters Take Toll

Bloomberg - Argentine markets had finally seemed to find their footing, stabilizing after months of turmoil had sent the peso tumbling and borrowing costs soaring. But the past fe ...

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Argentina’s economic activity breaks year-long losing streak in boost for Macri

Argentina’s economic activity breaks year-long losing streak in boost for Macri

BUENOS AIRES (Reuters) - Argentina’s economic activity rose for the first time in over a year in May, a rare boost for President Mauricio Macri as he looks to dig the South Americ ...

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Argentina’s Next Leader Will Get a Commodities Boost in 2020

Argentina’s Next Leader Will Get a Commodities Boost in 2020

Bloomgerg - Argentina’s next leader will have a tough task sorting out a stumbling economy, but surging farm and oil production could offer a helping hand. The nation’s farmers ar ...

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Macri’s hopes brighten as Argentina’s economy improves

Macri’s hopes brighten as Argentina’s economy improves

Finacial Times - After months of turmoil and a $56bn IMF bailout, talk of economic recovery in Argentina may be relative — but it is enough to give President Mauricio Macri renewe ...

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