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Friday , 15 November 2019

Solanet analyzed the election result and what is coming

Solanet analyzed the election result and what is coming

DIARIO SAN RAFAEL - The economist Manuel Solanet, from Libertad y Progreso Foundation, analyzed the political landscape after the election results that enshrined Alberto Fernández ...

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The 10 common characteristics of populist rulers from left or right

The 10 common characteristics of populist rulers from left or right

Is your president "populist"? Calling a politician or an official "populist" is a quick and safe way to disqualify him. But what makes these characters "populist"? The recent, muc ...

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Back In Black: The Return Of Argentina’s Black Market Exchange Rate As Capital Flight Accelerates

Back In Black: The Return Of Argentina’s Black Market Exchange Rate As Capital Flight Accelerates

Forbes - Argentina’s black market exchange rate initially surged nearly 25 percent above the official rate, meaning that despite desperate currency controls set in place by Financ ...

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Portugal: you need reforms, not miracles

Portugal: you need reforms, not miracles

Clarín - Most Argentines and our politicians are prone to find magical solutions to avoid solving the deep problems that have affected Argentina for decades. Now, we are excited a ...

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The World Index in economic freedom is lead by Hong Kong and the U.S. is back in top 5 most-free countries

The World Index in economic freedom is lead by Hong Kong and the U.S. is back in top 5 most-free countries

TORONTO, CANADA Fraser Institute —Hong Kong and Singapore are once again the most economically-free jurisdictions in the world—although China’s heavy hand threatens Hong Kong’s to ...

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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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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 ...

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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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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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Time will tell

Time will tell

La Opinion - One of the most important contributions of the Austrian school to the economy is the time factor. It is the most scarce and essential resource that exists in the worl ...

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