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13/11/2019
Política The Wall Street Journal - Estados Unidos Politica Latinoamericana Ryan Dube and John Otis

In Evo Morales’s Wake, Bolivia Left in Turmoil

Bolivia was in turmoil for a second straight day as an opposition lawmaker declared herself the new head of state following the resignation of President Evo Morales, who arrived Tuesday in Mexico after being granted asylum.
04/11/2019
Argentina The Wall Street Journal - Estados Unidos Economía Dan Keeler

Emerging and Growth Markets

Over the past two months, the Merval is up by more than 40%, the largest two-month percentage gain since late 2014.
29/10/2019
Argentina The Wall Street Journal - Estados Unidos Economía Santiago Pérez

IMF to Test Argentina’s New Leader

28/10 - 20:07 - President-elect Alberto Fernández must reconcile his campaign-spending promises with the strict fiscal demands of the International Monetary Fund
01/10/2019
Argentina The Wall Street Journal - Estados Unidos Economía Ryan Dube

Argentine Farmers See Hard Times Ahead With Peronists Poised for Victory

Oct. 27 elections are likely to bring back political tradition that has taxed countryside’s resources and patience
05/09/2019
Argentina The Wall Street Journal - Estados Unidos Economía Jon Sindreu

Argentina Is Investors’ Groundhog Day

Capital controls, a controlled exchange rate and an outright default may prove to be the country’s best option
29/08/2019
Argentina The Wall Street Journal - Estados Unidos Economía Ryan Dube

Argentina Aims to Restructure Debt With IMF, Bondholders

Country's finance minister says plans to extend maturity of debt to provide currency stability
26/08/2019
Argentina The Wall Street Journal - Estados Unidos Política Económica

Latin America Hangs On to Its Economic Gloom

Region is becoming relatively poorer with each passing year compared with rest of world
12/08/2019
Argentina The Wall Street Journal - Estados Unidos Política Ryan Dube

Argentina’s President Suffers Setback in Primary

Vote expected to indicate whether President Mauricio Macri will be re-elected in October after economic turmoil
01/07/2019
Argentina The Wall Street Journal - Estados Unidos Mercosur

EU, Mercosur Deal Faces Hurdles on Two Continents

A new trade pact is spurring concerns about the potential impact on European farmers and South American manufacturers
04/04/2019
Economía The Wall Street Journal - Estados Unidos Economía Internacional Bob Davis

Tariffs Take Center Stage in U.S.-China Trade Talks

Trump administration’s demand that punitive levies remain to ensure Beijing enacts genuine overhauls has emerged as one of the biggest sticking points as negotiators meet in Washington
19/03/2019
Argentina The Wall Street Journal - Estados Unidos Economía Ezequiel Minaya

Argentina Company Wants to Build Amazon of Latin America

Buenos Aires-based e-commerce company is working to strengthen its foothold in the region and fend off Amazon and Alibaba. Shares of MercadoLibre closed at an all-time high on Wednesday. The company plans to spend $2 billion on operations and services this year.
27/02/2019
Economía The Wall Street Journal - Estados Unidos Economía Internacional

Defaults Hurt, But Emerging Debt Still Wins in the Long Run

The past year has been grim for emerging markets, with currency collapses, IMF rescues and Venezuela’s descent toward anarchy. Investors seem happy to move on: The main emerging-market hard-currency bond index passed its January 2018 level on Friday to set a new high.
25/01/2019
Economía The Wall Street Journal - Estados Unidos Economía Internacional

Corruption Currents: Hedge Funds Avoided Anti-Money-Laundering Compliance Requirements

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17/01/2019
Economía The Wall Street Journal - Estados Unidos Economía Internacional Ira Iosebashvili

Fed Hopes, Oil Rebound Buoy Emerging Markets

Stock and currency indexes for developing countries have rallied, with investors drawn by cheap valuations in the wake of last year’s selloff Oil platforms operated by Lukoil are seen in the Caspian Sea. Surging oil prices have been a boon for Russia and other oil exporters.
10/01/2019
Economía The Wall Street Journal - Estados Unidos Economía Internacional Lingling Wei

U.S. and China Make Progress on Trade, but Major Hurdles Remain

09/01 - 19:23 - The sides remain divided on issues such as a reduction of Chinese subsidies to domestic firms and protection of intellectual property
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