Saturday , 4 April 2020

Argentina will need ‘substantial debt relief,’ says IMF chief

Argentina will need ‘substantial debt relief,’ says IMF chief

BATimes - Argentina’s government will need “substantial debt relief” from private creditors as the coronavirus pandemic and its economic impact exacerbates the country’s financial ...

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What would be the effects of a default on the Argentine economy

What would be the effects of a default on the Argentine economy

Argentina has a tough debt renegotiation ahead of private creditors, amid a local drop in consumption and a complex global context due to the expansion of the coronavirus pandemic ...

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Argentina Stares Down Yet Another Default

Argentina Stares Down Yet Another Default

Foreign Affairs - How President Alberto Fernández handles Argentina’s foreign debt crisis will define his legacy. When he took office in December 2019, the South American country ...

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Hanke’s Top Five World Inflations

Hanke’s Top Five World Inflations

Each day, I accurately measure inflation for countries experiencing elevated inflation rates using high-frequency data and the principle of Purchasing Power Parity. Below is my li ...

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Argentina’s creditors fear the worst after IMF talks begin

Argentina’s creditors fear the worst after IMF talks begin

Promise of ‘deep debt restructuring’ sent price of bonds lower last week Financial Time - As Argentina attempts to win the IMF’s support for a $100bn debt restructuring, the sabre ...

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Is Argentina headed for the rocks?

Is Argentina headed for the rocks?

The rhetorical battle between Argentina’s government, the IMF and bondholders is heating up but the bigger – largely ignored – issue appears to be the country’s looming financial ...

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Argentina: Back to the debt negotiating table

Argentina: Back to the debt negotiating table

ING - The Fernandez administration has favored temporary fixes over long-term adjustments to address Argentina’s macro imbalances. Price and FX controls should become harder to su ...

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Argentina’s National Pastime: Hating on the IMF

Argentina’s National Pastime: Hating on the IMF

WSJ BUENOS AIRES—Most countries have a historic villain. For Cuba, it is Uncle Sam. For some in the Middle East, it is Israel. Here in Argentina, many direct their rage at the Int ...

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Meet Martín Guzmán, Argentina’s next economy minister

Meet Martín Guzmán, Argentina’s next economy minister

BA Times - Martín Guzmán, a protege of Nobel Laureate Joseph Stiglitz at Columbia University, will become Argentina’s next economy minister, overseeing the nation’s attempts to ge ...

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If Argentina wants to grow, then it must cut public spending

If Argentina wants to grow, then it must cut public spending

(Xinhua) - Argentina's president, Mauricio Macri, will conclude his term in 35 days with "contradictions that prevented the implementation of a series of economic reforms" that, i ...

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