20/04/2020Argentina Bloomberg - Estados Unidos Política Económica Scott Squires
13:03 - Analysts see room for improvement in nation’s initial proposal. Plan includes payment freeze until 2023, steep cut in interest.
12/02/2020Argentina Bloomberg - Estados Unidos Economía Scott Squires
11/02 - 15:21 - Principal payment due Feb. 13 now pushed back to Sept. 30. Government says won’t be ‘held hostage’ by financial markets.
12/12/2019Argentina Bloomberg - Estados Unidos Economía Scott Squires
11/12 - 11:52 - Notes issued under domestic law trading at a steep discount. New economy minister may outline agenda today in Buenos Aires.
06/12/2019Argentina Bloomberg - Estados Unidos Economía Scott Squires
05/12 - 09:00 - The Province of Buenos Aires will owe investors $571 million in January, and is unlikely to be able to come up with the cash amid a sharp devaluation in the currency and severe economic recession. The region has few dollar-generating industries, and tax revenue has dropped 14% in inflation-adjusted terms this year. Refinancing isn’t a realistic option amid plans by the federal government to restructure its debt.
27/11/2018Argentina Reuters Economía Scott Squires
BUENOS AIRES (Reuters) - The International Monetary Fund has completed its second review of Argentina, the fund said on Monday, paving the way for the country to receive $7.6 billion under a $56.3 billion financing deal.
23/10/2018Argentina Reuters Economía Scott Squires
BUENOS AIRES, Oct 22 (Reuters) - Argentina is on track to meet its 2018 year-end spending targets, the country’s treasury minister said on Monday, after it posted a deficit that was 31 percent narrower compared to this time last year.
30/07/2018Cancillería Reuters Agronegocios Scott Squires
Agriculture ministers from the G20 countries criticised protectionism in a joint statement on Saturday, and vowed to reform World Trade Organization (WTO) rules, but did not detail what steps they would take to improve the food trade system.
26/06/2018Argentina The New York Times - Estados Unidos Política Scott Squires
BUENOS AIRES — A strike called by Argentina's largest trade union federation in protest over President Mauricio Macri's market-friendly economic policies brought the country to a standstill on Monday, freezing grains exports and halting banking and public transit.