BUENOS AIRES Argentina extended until June 7 a mandatory lockdown in Buenos Aires on Saturday and tightened some movement restrictions, after a steady increase in the city's confirmed coronavirus cases in recent days.
BUENOS AIRES A major Argentina creditor group said on Saturday it had been invited to sign a non-disclosure agreement by Argentina's government, signaling that talks could be moving to the next phase after the South American country defaulted a day earlier.
BUENOS AIRES Argentina surpassed 10,000 confirmed cases of the coronavirus on Friday, after recording the highest single-day increase since the start of the pandemic.
BUENOS AIRES Argentina missed payments on around $500 million in already delayed bond coupons on Friday, creditors and a ratings agency said, marking the country's ninth sovereign default amid ongoing restructuring talks with creditors.
BUENOS AIRES/LONDON Argentina on Thursday said it would extend a deadline for talks with creditors to restructure around $65 billion in foreign debt to June 2, as the two sides edge closer to a deal needed to avert a messy default that would drag the country deeper into crisis.
BUENOS AIRES Argentine bonds closed higher on Monday as the government weighed new counteroffers from its creditors while racing to strike a deal to restructure about $65 billion in foreign debt before Friday, when a grace period for paying interest on three dollar-denominated bonds expires.
BUENOS AIRES/NEW YORK Argentina received three new counter-offers from creditors late on Friday as the South American nation races to strike a deal to restructure $65 billion in foreign debt and avoid a default by the deadline at the end of next week.
BUENOS AIRES, May 15 Argentina, which has banned
air travel until Sept. 1, has suggested it may be willing to
loosen those restrictions sooner, airline industry group IATA
said on Friday.
BUENOS AIRES Argentina's Buenos Aires province edged towards likely default on Thursday as a deadline for a bond payment hit and the local government asked creditors for counter offers to restructure $7 billion in foreign debts after they rejected its earlier proposal.