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Argentina Bloomberg - Estados Unidos Economía Patrick Gillespie

Argentina’s Central Bank Raises Rate Floor to 78% as Prices Soar

* Rate floor to fall to 68% during October, bank says Wednesday * New monetary base targets 2.5% growth in Sept. and Oct.
Política Bloomberg - Estados Unidos Política Económica Arsalan Shahla

Trump Orders More Sanctions on Iran After Attack on Saudi Arabia

U.S. President Donald Trump ordered tighter sanctions on Iran days after strikes on Saudi Arabia’s biggest oil installation rattled energy markets and raised the specter of a slide toward regional war.
Política Bloomberg - Estados Unidos Política Internacional Simone Preissler Iglesias

A Latin American Brexit? Analyzing Brazil’s Threat on Mercosur

Bolsonaro mulled leaving trade bloc if Macri loses elections. Mercosur recently struck a trade deal with European Union.
Economía Bloomberg - Estados Unidos Jonathan Stearns

Europe’s New Trade Team to Push Back on ‘Reckless’ Trump

The European Union’s new leadership team has an old message for U.S. President Donald Trump on trade: cut out the unilateral and protectionist actions.
Argentina Bloomberg - Estados Unidos Economía Ignacio Olivera Doll

Argentina Clamps Down on Loophole to Gain From Capital Controls

Argentina’s central bank is adding measures to curb trades aimed at profiting from capital controls.
Argentina Bloomberg - Estados Unidos Agronegocios Jonathan Gilbert

China Turns to Argentine Soy Meal in Fresh Blow to U.S. Farmers

10/09 - 20:00 - Accord follows Chinese visits to plants run by Bunge, Cargill. Accepting Argentine meal could risk angering China crushers.
Economía Bloomberg - Estados Unidos

China Exempts Certain Products From Tariffs

China announced a range of U.S. goods to be exempted from 25% extra tariffs put in place last year, as the government seeks to ease the impact from the trade war without lifting charges on major agricultural items like soybeans and pork.
Argentina Bloomberg - Estados Unidos Economía Aline Oyamada

Vulture Funds Circle Argentina, Waiting for Moment to Buy

The sell-off in Argentina bonds is so severe that it may soon attract distressed-debt investors betting that there’s money to be made in a restructuring
Argentina Bloomberg - Estados Unidos Mercosur Walter Brandimarte

Brazil Sees Argentina’s Fernandez as Threat to Mercosur, Economy

03/09 - 13:04 - Foreign minister ‘frustrated’ with Fernandez’s likely win. Argentina’s opposition held back Mercosur for years: Araujo.
Argentina Bloomberg - Estados Unidos Economía Ignacio Olivera Doll

Argentina in Talks With IMF on September Monetary Policy Target

02/09 - 19:23 - Argentina’s central bank is talking to the International Monetary Fund about revising its monetary policy target for September, the institution’s president Guido Sandleris told reporters in Buenos Aires on Monday.
Argentina Bloomberg - Estados Unidos Economía Julia Leite

Argentina Bonds Extend Drop After S&P’s ‘Selective Default’ Call

Argentina’s bonds extended declines as S&P Global Ratings cut the South American nation’s foreign- and local-currency credit ratings to “selective default” after it said it would delay payments on short-term local debt.
Economía Bloomberg - Estados Unidos Economía Internacional

Wary of Trump’s Flip-Flops, China Prepares for Worst on Trade

While China has been open to a deal that includes greater purchases of U.S. agriculture goods, it’s politically unfeasible for Xi to sign off on an agreement that leaves the punitive tariffs in place. He also can’t agree to privatize parts of the economy that are crucial to the Communist Party’s grip on power, such as certain state-owned enterprises.
Argentina Bloomberg - Estados Unidos Organismos Internacionales Carolina Millan

With $56 Billion Loan in Danger, IMF Officials Fly to Argentina

The International Monetary Fund’s record loan to Argentina last year was supposed to turn the page on a troubled history. It’s looking more like a case of déjà vu.
Economía Bloomberg - Estados Unidos Economía Internacional Isabel Reynolds

Trump-Abe Trade Deal Helps U.S. Farmers, Staves Off Auto Tariffs

The U.S. and Japan agreed in principle on a trade deal that would slash Tokyo’s tariffs on American beef, pork and other agricultural products, while delaying for now the threat of additional levies on Japanese auto exports to the U.S.
Economía Bloomberg - Estados Unidos Economía Internacional Rich Miller

Powell, Carney to Speak at Jackson Hole But Draghi, Kuroda Skip

Two of the world’s most powerful central bankers facing deep policy challenges won’t be attending the Federal Reserve’s annual conference in Jackson Hole this week.
Economía Bloomberg - Estados Unidos Economía Aline Oyamada

Argentina Bonds May Be Worth Less Than 40 Cents in a Default

Less than two years after Argentina made a splash in markets by selling a $2.75 billion, 100-year bond, another debt restructuring is a real possibility after President Mauricio Macri was routed in a primary election.
Argentina Bloomberg - Estados Unidos Economía Matthew A. Winkler

Two Homegrown Companies Defy Argentina’s Gloom

MercadoLibre and Globant show investors and citizens the country doesn’t have to be perpetually chaotic.
Economía Bloomberg - Estados Unidos Mercados John Ainger

World's First 30-Year Bond With Zero Coupon Flops in Germany

The world’s first 30-year bond offering a zero coupon struggled to find buyers, signaling that negative yields across Europe may finally be taking their toll on investor demand.
Argentina Bloomberg - Estados Unidos Economía Davison Santana

Argentina’s Debt Profile Highlights the Mountain It Must Climb

The slump in the Argentine peso last week made the country’s pile of debt much harder to repay, signaling a renegotiation may again be in the cards for the South American nation. es un sitio web oficial del Gobierno Argentino