Adam Jourdan

Argentina's Fernandez reassures creditors with 'no haircut' talk

27 Sep 2019

BUENOS AIRES/NEW YORK Argentina's presidential front-runner Alberto Fernandez said that if elected next month, he would aim to avoid haircuts on bond payments and seek a moderate "Uruguay-style" debt restructuring, music to the ears of the country's creditors.

China approves seven Argentine soy crushers for meal exports

24 Sep 2019

BUENOS AIRES/BEIJING China has approved soymeal exports from seven soybean crushing plants in Argentina, the South American country's agriculture ministry said on Monday.

REFILE-UPDATE 2-China approves seven Argentine soy crushers for meal exports

24 Sep 2019

* Procedures for shipment of Argentine soymeal complex-traders

UPDATE 1-Argentina bondholders face write downs - Fitch, Moody's

19 Sep 2019

LONDON/BUENOS AIRES, Sept 19 Fitch Ratings expects holders of Argentina dollar bonds to have to write off part of their investments under the country's sovereign debt restructuring plan, one of the agency's analysts said on Thursday.

Argentine forex reserves hit lowest level since end-2018 amid dollar leak

18 Sep 2019

BUENOS AIRES Argentina's foreign currency reserves have hit their lowest level since the end of last year, the most recent central bank data showed on Tuesday, at a time when the government has been burning through its dollars to help shore up the peso.

Argentine markets hold steady as anti-Macri protesters decry austerity, rising poverty

05 Sep 2019

BUENOS AIRES Argentine markets held steady on Wednesday, even as thousands of protesters took to the streets to demonstrate against the government of President Mauricio Macri and a darkening economic outlook in the recession-hit South American country.

As Argentina election nears, are the economic stars aligning for Macri?

15 Jul 2019

BUENOS AIRES Argentine President Mauricio Macri is making an election race comeback, bolstered by a stronger peso and glimmers of economic revival as the South American nation looks to escape from a biting recession.

Power mostly restored after massive blackout in Argentina, but questions remain

17 Jun 2019

BUENOS AIRES Power returned to much of Argentina and two neighboring countries following a massive blackout that left tens of millions in the dark on Sunday, but Argentine President Mauricio Macri said the cause of the "unprecedented" outage was still unclear. | Video

Cristina Fernandez surprises Argentina by running for vice president, not top job

19 May 2019

BUENOS AIRES Argentina's Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner said Saturday she will run as vice president in elections later this year, a surprise move by the firebrand former leader who had been widely expected to be the main challenger to President Mauricio Macri.

Argentina inflation data could be make or break for Macri

17 May 2019

BUENOS AIRES Argentina inflation data is coming into the spotlight and could sway the South American nation's political future as it heads towards a knife-edge election later this year that is likely to be a choice between painful market reforms and a return to populism. | Video

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