Saturday , 16 February 2019

Argentina met the Hilton quota for Europe

Argentina met the Hilton quota for Europe

After more than a decade of non-compliance, Argentina managed to make almost 100% of meat shipments of the Hilton quota for Europe. The value of the ton sold was us$ 12,450. In th ...

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Argentina Should Scrap the Peso and Dollarize

Argentina Should Scrap the Peso and Dollarize

Forbes - On July 9th, Argentina will celebrate its 202nd birthday. The biggest spoiler during the festivities will be the beleaguered peso. It’s not the first time the peso has be ...

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Cachanosky relativizes the importance of being an “emerging market”

Cachanosky relativizes the importance of being an “emerging market”

 Panam Post - The announcement, which was made by the Government with drums and cymbals, for Cachanosky is necessary but will not mean an instant revolution. For the economist, th ...

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Public spending is the source of our legal uncertainty

Public spending is the source of our legal uncertainty

INFOBAE - There is no reason to suppose that high public spending will allow the long-term growth of the economy. In principle, the agreement with the IMF allows the government to ...

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How much the dollar has to be worth in Argentina

How much the dollar has to be worth in Argentina

INFOBAE - According to McDonald's the dollar in Argentina is very expensive, and the basis is that the Big Mac, its emblematic hamburger, is sold here at a price that converted to ...

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Argentina: What Just Happened And What’s Next?

Argentina: What Just Happened And What’s Next?

Summary Seeking Alpha - Argentina went through a confidence crisis over the last month, as external and internal factors coupled and pressured the currency. Macri's gradualist ref ...

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The Argentine Peso’s Death Spiral

The Argentine Peso’s Death Spiral

A sharp selloff of the Argentine peso is sparking new inflation fears in South America’s second-largest economy. For a country that is heavily dependent on foreign capital and has ...

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Why has Argentina called in the IMF?

Why has Argentina called in the IMF?

It was an announcement Mauricio Macri hoped never to have to make. On May 8th Argentina’s exhausted-looking president declared that Argentina was seeking a credit line from the IM ...

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Argentina seeks $US30b IMF financing to address peso volatility

Argentina seeks $US30b IMF financing to address peso volatility

Financial Review - Argentina asked the International Monetary Fund for financing to help stem a five-month-rout in the peso that is sparking a surge in interest rates and threaten ...

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The dollar puts Macri between the sword and the wall

The dollar puts Macri between the sword and the wall

Last week, we witnessed a true exchange rate as it had not been seen in the country for a long time. In a period of only 5 days, the Central Bank sold 7% of its international rese ...

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