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21/06/2017
Argentina Financial Times - Reino Unido Economía

Investors issue a vote of confidence in Macri

Argentina’s 100-year bond is a bold statement of intent for reform
21/06/2017
Argentina Financial Times - Reino Unido Economía

Argentina misses out on MSCI upgrade to emerging market status

Index provider cautions that market-friendly changes under Macri could be reversed
21/06/2017
Argentina Financial Times - Reino Unido Economía

Argentina misses out on MSCI upgrade

Argentina failed to recover its status as an emerging market on Tuesday, as widely expected by investors, after MSCI maintained its ranking as a frontier market in its benchmark equity index
21/06/2017
Economía Financial Times - Reino Unido Agronegocios Gregory Meyer

Why soyabeans are the crop of the century

Farmers in the US and Brazil are in a race to meet demand for livestock feed as meat consumption in China soars
19/06/2017
Argentina Financial Times - Reino Unido Economía

Argentina ‘ripe’ to reclaim emerging market status

Return to MSCI index set to unleash greater inflow of global funds
19/06/2017
Argentina Financial Times - Reino Unido Economía Mehreen Khan

Silvana Tenreyro appointed to Bank of England’s MPC

Silvana Tenreyro, an academic at the London School of Economics, has been appointed as the newest member of the Bank of England’s monetary policy committee.
19/06/2017
Política Financial Times - Reino Unido Política Internacional Alex Barker

Brexit talks: what to expect on day one

Start of negotiations to focus on building trust rather than engaging on detail
16/06/2017
Economía Financial Times - Reino Unido Economía Internacional Alex Barker

Brexit number crunch: the final bill the EU could accept Secret briefing session reveals grounds for possible compromise

A fraught €100bn reckoning will begin next week as Brexit negotiators clash for the first time on Britain’s exit bill. In Brussels, the spreadsheets are primed.
16/06/2017
Economía Financial Times - Reino Unido Economía Internacional James Kynge

Defining moment for investors looms as MSCI rules on China Index provider set to make call on including mainland A-shares in its EM benchmark

China’s growing acceptance into international capital markets faces a watershed moment next week with a decision on whether a first batch of stocks listed on its $7tn domestic equity markets will be included into the world’s dominant emerging markets stock index. If MSCI, an index provider, approves the inclusion of a cohort of Shanghai and Shenzhenlisted A-shares into its main emerging markets index, it will confer an unprecedented recognition upon China’s domestic capital markets and oblige funds all over the world to pour billions into the country’s stocks.

In other key decisions from MSCI next week, Argentina may move from being a big fish in the frontier index to a small sprat in the emerging market ocean. It has 14 stocks in MSCI’s FM100 index, more than any other country, and an index weight of 19.5 per cent, second only to Kuwait. Nine of those stocks would make it into the EM index, leaving Argentina with a weight of just 0.4 per cent.

That would come when there is a lot more money available for investing in Argentina. Analysts at Goldman Sachs wrote in a report this week that “the aggregate pocket of investors eligible to trade Argentine equities” could increase by about five times. All else being equal, they estimate that promotion to EM status would boost Argentine share prices by between 8 and 15 per cent.

16/06/2017
Economía Financial Times - Reino Unido Economía Internacional Kate Allen

Shrinking cities: population decline in the world’s rust-belt areas

Pittsburgh’s unusual approach offers hope to other urban areas suffering from the effects of deindustrialisation
15/06/2017
Economía Financial Times - Reino Unido Economía Internacional Nicholas Megaw

Bank of England rate setters show worries over rising inflation

The Bank of England came close to raising interest rates at its May meeting as members of the Monetary Policy Committee became increasingly concerned that inflationary pressures were taking hold of the British economy, voting by five to three to keep interest rates unchanged.
13/06/2017
Economía Financial Times - Reino Unido Economía Internacional Alex Barker

No time to waste in Brexit talks, Michel Barnier warns UK Britain at risk of crashing out without deal on EU ties, says Brussels negotiator

Britain risks crashing out of the EU in March 2019 without a deal on future relations if it “wastes” more of the limited time available for Brexit talks, the union’s chief negotiator has warned.
09/06/2017
Argentina Financial Times - Reino Unido Economía Henry Sanderson

Electric car demand sparks lithium supply fears

The cost of extracting vital battery material is likely to create a ‘supercycle’ and drive up prices
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