The Wall Street Journal - Estados Unidos

27/08/2018
Argentina The Wall Street Journal - Estados Unidos Economía Ryan Dube

Argentina’s Economy Contracted 6.7% in June From Year Earlier

The agriculture sector fell 31% in June from the same month last year as crops were hammered by one of the worst droughts in decades.
24/08/2018
Política The Wall Street Journal - Estados Unidos Política Económica José de Córdoba

Ex-Banker Pleads Guilty in Venezuela Money-Laundering Case

In deal with U.S. prosecutors, former Swiss banker will cooperate in probe said to involve relatives of President Maduro
24/07/2018
Argentina The Wall Street Journal - Estados Unidos Economía Internacional Matt Wirz

Fund Managers See Caution Signs in Emerging-Market Bond Rebound

Portfolio managers are wary of remaining risks and building up cash Christian Sewing, chief executive officer of Deutsche Bank AG, speaking in Berlin last month during the Christian Democrat Union Business Day. Firms like Deutsche Bank have cut staff in their emerging-market bond departments.
02/07/2018
Argentina The Wall Street Journal - Estados Unidos Economía Julie Wernau

Emerging Markets Stumble as Global Investors Sour on Risk

Recent declines cut short a rally that had powered emerging-market stocks and bonds higher in 2017
02/07/2018
Economía The Wall Street Journal - Estados Unidos Economía Internacional Ira Iosebashvili

Dollar Rally Ripples Globally, Leading Investors to Reverse Course

Currency’s ‘absolute rampage’ has hedge funds and others betting on the dollar at the expense of other markets
02/07/2018
Economía The Wall Street Journal - Estados Unidos Economía Internacional Ira Iosebashvili

Dollar Bounces Back and Looks Poised for More Gains

Expectations that the Federal Reserve will raise rates at a faster pace this year have been driving dollar’s gains
28/06/2018
Argentina The Wall Street Journal - Estados Unidos Economía

Argentine President Wows Global Investors But Is Losing Confidence at Home

About three-quarters of Argentines say the economy is worse than it was a year ago
19/06/2018
Argentina The Wall Street Journal - Estados Unidos Economía Julie Wernau

Troubled Argentina Tries to Turn a Corner

Big declines in Argentina’s currency and bond markets marked the beginning of a rout that spread across emerging markets in recent months.
15/06/2018
Argentina The Wall Street Journal - Estados Unidos Política Ryan Dube

Argentina’s Lower House Votes to Ease Abortion Laws

Chamber of Deputies narrowly approves legislation allowing abortions during the first 14 weeks of pregnancy
30/05/2018
Argentina The Wall Street Journal - Estados Unidos Política Económica

‘Gradualism Is Dead’: Argentina Faces Pressure to Hasten Economic Overhaul

President Macri’s efforts to curb inflation and jump-start the economy without shocking Argentines hasn’t gone as planned, but moving more quickly holds risks Marisa Arcella, working in her small Buenos Aires restaurant recently, has considered closing it as her costs rise due to high inflation and a loss of electricity subsidies.
29/05/2018
Argentina The Wall Street Journal - Estados Unidos Economía Ryan Dube

Latin America ‘Gradualism Is Dead’: Argentina Faces Pressure to Hasten Economic Overhaul

06:30 - President Macri’s efforts to curb inflation and jump-start the economy without shocking Argentines hasn’t gone as planned, but moving more quickly holds risks
18/05/2018
Argentina The Wall Street Journal - Estados Unidos Economía Josh Zumbrun

IMF Begins Work on Bailout for Argentina, With a U.S. Blessing

16:58 - Its peso has fallen drastically as it struggles to emerge from years of budget deficits, high inflation and trade imbalances
16/05/2018
Argentina The Wall Street Journal - Estados Unidos Economía Ryan Dube

Argentina Rolls Over Debt, Giving Government Shot of Confidence

15/05/18 - 21:09 - Argentina’s central bank on Tuesday rolled over billions of dollar in short-term debt, providing President Mauricio Macri’s government with a shot of confidence after weeks of economic volatility.
14/05/2018
Argentina The Wall Street Journal - Estados Unidos Economía Mary Anastasia O’Grady

The Argentine Peso’s Death Spiral

A sharp selloff of the Argentine peso is sparking new inflation fears in South America’s second-largest economy. For a country that is heavily dependent on foreign capital and has a history of repeatedly destroying its currency, this is no passing storm.
10/05/2018
Argentina The Wall Street Journal - Estados Unidos Economía Ryan Dube

Seeking IMF Aid Brings Argentina Relief—And Political Challenges

09/05/18 - 17:57 - President Macri’s decision signals the government will speed up unpopular austerity measures
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