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12/10/2018
Argentina The Wall Street Journal - Estados Unidos Economía Internacional Josh Zumbrun

G-20 Finance Chiefs Are Optimistic About Settling Trade Disputes

The finance ministers reached no new resolution, but even agreeing about how to discuss trade principles has sometimes eluded global finance ministers this year
12/10/2018
Economía The Wall Street Journal - Estados Unidos Economía Internacional Bob Davis

Trump and Xi Plan to Meet Amid Trade Tension

Meeting is scheduled to take place at the Group of 20 leaders’ summit in Buenos Aires at the end of November
10/10/2018
Economía The Wall Street Journal - Estados Unidos Economía Internacional

IMF Warns of Possible Emerging-Markets Crisis

Most countries expected to see growth, but ‘severely adverse’ scenario projects capital outflows not seen since the last decade
03/10/2018
Economía The Wall Street Journal - Estados Unidos Economía Internacional Kate Davidson

U.S., China May Resume Trade Talks in December, White House Says

Economic adviser Lawrence Kudlow said a meeting could take place when policy makers meet in Buenos Aires for the Group of 20 meeting
02/10/2018
Argentina The Wall Street Journal - Estados Unidos Economía Jon Sindreu

IMF Doesn’t Have the Right Medicine for Argentina

The IMF’s fixation with dubious policies misses the real causes of inflation and currency crises. How many U.S. dollars an Argentine peso buys?
02/10/2018
Economía The Wall Street Journal - Estados Unidos Economía Internacional Josh Zumbrun

IMF Chief Lagarde Says Economic Outlook Is Dimming

Remarks set a concerned tone for fund’s annual meetings in Indonesia this month. International Monetary Fund Managing Director Christine Lagarde on Oct. 1 said the fund’s economic forecasts have ‘become less bright.
02/10/2018
Economía The Wall Street Journal - Estados Unidos Economía Internacional Josh Zumbrun

IMF Appoints Harvard’s Gita Gopinath as Chief Economist

Gopinath is one of the leading scholars in exchange rates, sovereign debt and capital flows. Gita Gopinath during a debate at the IMF and World Bank Group annual meetings a year ago.
27/09/2018
Argentina The Wall Street Journal - Estados Unidos Economía Steve H. Hanke

The Dollar, Not the IMF, Can Save Argentina

The country will never get out of its dependence loop without a drastic turn toward pro-growth reform.
26/09/2018
Economía The Wall Street Journal - Estados Unidos Economía Internacional Nick Timiraos

Federal Reserve Readies Third Interest-Rate Increase of 2018

The central bank is prepared to increase rates after its policy meeting concludes Wednesday, the eighth such move since late 2015. Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell last month defended the central bank’s strategy of gradually raising interest rates.
10/09/2018
Argentina The Wall Street Journal - Estados Unidos Economía Mary Anastasia O’Grady

Argentina Needs to Dollarize

Another currency crisis is roiling Argentina, and a year ahead of an election President Mauricio Macri is struggling to right the ship. The peso has lost half its value against the U.S. dollar since January. Inflation expectations are soaring.
07/09/2018
Economía The Wall Street Journal - Estados Unidos Economía Internacional

Emerging-Market Stocks Hover Near Bear Territory

Emerging markets were teetering on the verge of bear territory on Thursday as a rising dollar and higher U.S. interest rates are siphoning money from the developing world and making their debts more expensive.
05/09/2018
Economía The Wall Street Journal - Estados Unidos Economía Internacional Daniel Kruger

U.S. Dollar Rises as Economy Grows Against Turbulent Backdrop

The WSJ Dollar Index, which measures the U.S. currency against a basket of 16 others, rose 0.4%, climbing for a sixth consecutive trading session to 90.03. The dollar rose 0.3% against the euro to its highest level against the 19-nation currency since Aug. 23.
04/09/2018
Economía The Wall Street Journal - Estados Unidos Economía Internacional Justin Lahart

Economy Gives Fed No Reason for Pause

A quiet summer means the Federal Reserve is even more likely to keep raising rates than investors believed at the beginning of the season.
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