BUENOS AIRES Argentina's central bank said on Monday it would set a new lower interest rate floor on its benchmark "Leliq" notes at 58% for the month of July, buoying the peso currency in morning trading.
BUENOS AIRES, June 21 Argentina's Treasury said
on Friday that the country posted its biggest monthly primary
fiscal surplus in eight years in May, helping bolster the local
peso currency which rose over 1% in morning trading.
BUENOS AIRES, May 21 Argentine bonds and the
country's peso currency strengthened on Tuesday morning as
investors warmed to a shock political twist in the country's
election race that saw the expected main populist challenger
take a back seat on the ticket of an ally.
BUENOS AIRES An Argentine lawmaker was wounded on Thursday and an aide was killed in a shooting about a block from the National Congress in downtown Buenos Aires, in what the country's security minister described as a "mafia-style" attack.
BUENOS AIRES, March 29 Argentina will not miss
March, a painful month for Latin America's No. 3 economy during
which interest rates have spiked to almost 70 percent and the
peso devalued close to 10 percent against the dollar.
BUENOS AIRES, March 28 Argentina's peso
strengthened on Thursday, buoyed by central bank moves to
encourage more domestic deposits, snapping a recent plunge that
has seen the currency trade at its weakest ever level against
BUENOS AIRES, March 27 Argentina's peso closed
at a record low against the U.S. dollar on Wednesday as concerns
about inflation, weak growth and October's presidential election
bit into market confidence in Latin America's No. 3 economy.
BUENOS AIRES, March 26 Argentina's peso currency
weakened 1.34 percent to an all-time low close of
42.65 per dollar on Tuesday, as concerns about high inflation
and political uncertainty ahead of the October presidential
election dented confidence in the economy.
BUENOS AIRES, March 8 Argentina sharply hiked
its key benchmark interest rate on Friday, helping revive the
country's peso currency after it had hit a record low against
the U.S. dollar the previous day.
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