Wednesday , 19 December 2018

Fall of the Argentine Economy: “It’s Troubling that No One is Proposing Reforms”

Fall of the Argentine Economy: “It’s Troubling that No One is Proposing Reforms”

Panampost - Argentina’s National Institute of Statistics and Censuses (INDEC) confirmed an economic decline of 5.8% in the month of September. Monthly figures, although dismal and ...

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Argentina could win us$ 10 B with the trade war between China and USA

Argentina could win us$ 10 B with the trade war between China and USA

The trade "war" between the United States and China could give Argentina extra revenues of up to 10 billion dollars in 2019, thanks to better local export prices for grains, accor ...

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2019 budget approved

2019 budget approved

The Nation - The Argentinean parliament on Thursday approved the 2019 budget including drastic cuts to return to a balanced budget, a commitment made by the government to the IMF ...

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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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IMF increases Argentina bailout package to $57bn

IMF increases Argentina bailout package to $57bn

Financial Times - The IMF will lend an extra $7.1bn to Argentina as part of its bailout package, which is now the multilateral lender’s biggest programme ever, its managing direct ...

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