BUENOS AIRES In a blow to Venezuelan opposition leader Juan Guaido, Argentina's government said on Tuesday it did not recognize him as his nation's interim president and had revoked the credentials of his representative in Buenos Aires.
BUENOS AIRES Argentina appointed a government team to kick off talks with creditors to renegotiate about $100 billion in sovereign debt as the new center-left administration of President Alberto Fernandez postponed payments on some of its short-term debt.
BUENOS AIRES Argentina's black market peso fell almost 8% against the dollar on Monday after a senior official flagged the return of a so-called tourism tax on spending in dollars, a move to help prop up the local peso and help fill drained state coffers.
BUENOS AIRES Argentine markets had a tempered reaction on Thursday with bond prices up, risk spreads down and the peso stable after Economy Minister Martin Guzman laid out his vision for handling the debt crisis in Latin America's No. 3 economy.
BUENOS AIRES Argentine markets held steady on Wednesday, waiting for policy signals from the newly inaugurated government of center-left President Alberto Fernandez and his top economic team after conservative Mauricio Macri handed over power this week.
BUENOS AIRES, Dec 10 Argentine over the counter
bonds rose 0.3% on Tuesday after a more than 2% rally the day
before, when investors registered their approval of the
president-elect's choice of a Columbia University debt
restructuring expert as economy chief.
BUENOS AIRES, Dec 9 Argentine bond prices rose
on Monday in the first session since President-elect Alberto
Fernandez named debt restructuring expert Martin Guzman as
economy minister, the central figure in a cabinet that will
start serving after Tuesday's inauguration.
BUENOS AIRES Argentina's central bank is setting a price floor under the volatile peso in hopes to avoid a sharp plunge in the currency after an opposition-won presidential election last Sunday shifted the country firmly back to the left.
BUENOS AIRES Argentina's central bank kept selling dollars in defense of the crumbling peso on Friday, as concern increased over the bank's falling reserves ahead of Sunday's presidential election dreaded by the financial markets.
BUENOS AIRES The front-runner in Argentina's presidential election reached out to undecided voters on Sunday, promising both orthodox and unorthodox policies to cure the country's deep economic troubles.