Tuesday , 20 November 2018

Argentine Recession Seen Bottoming Out in First Quarter: IMF

Argentine Recession Seen Bottoming Out in First Quarter: IMF

New york times — Argentina's shrinking economy will bottom out in the first three months of next year and start to recover in the second quarter, an International Monetary Fund of ...

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Taxi Union Pushes Legislation to Ban Uber

Taxi Union Pushes Legislation to Ban Uber

Despite several recent court rulings in favor of Uber, the powerful Argentine taxi union is now looking to political means to ban the popular ridesharing app. In Argentina, the ta ...

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A change to quickly revive the economy

A change to quickly revive the economy

Ambito Financiero – The most consulted economic texts deal with free and advanced societies. That is why economists are not educated in the importance of the particular context. O ...

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The Ghost of Hyperinflation

The Ghost of Hyperinflation

The Minister of Finance, Nicolás Dujovne, announced last September 17th before the legislature, in the framework of the budget presentation of 2019, that next year’s inflation wil ...

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Middle-class World

Middle-class World

CATO – For the first time in the history of humanity, a little more than 50% of the world population can be considered of the middle-class or rich. This also means that it is the ...

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Five Signs That the Worst Is Over for the Argentine Peso

Five Signs That the Worst Is Over for the Argentine Peso

After months of currency shocks that dragged the peso down to historical lows, the Argentine economy is showing signs that the lion’s share of the market correction has already ta ...

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Argentina Between Light and Darkness

Argentina Between Light and Darkness

Argentina has been recently in the world media. Again, because of a crisis. The Argentinian Peso is one of worst performing currencies in the world. And in the last couple of mont ...

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Pain Is Back On for Emerging Market Currencies

Pain Is Back On for Emerging Market Currencies

Washington Post - It was all looking so promising. In September central banks in some key emerging markets were, for once, mostly in tune. Controlling inflation and offering stabi ...

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The Templeton Freedom Award

The Templeton Freedom Award

Awarded since 2004 the Templeton Freedom Award is named for the late investor and philanthropist Sir John Templeton. The award annually honors his legacy by identifying and recogn ...

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With support from the IMF, Argentina will grow 5.2% by the end of 2019, according to Dujovne

With support from the IMF, Argentina will grow 5.2% by the end of 2019, according to Dujovne

“We are using all the tools available to overthrow the Argentine sovereign risk and make room for financing to the private sector,” said the Minister The minister of Economics in ...

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