Defaults and hyperinflations have historically created clean slates to restart the economy, but at massive cost for those involved
The Argentine peso has contained the official value of the peso through capital restrictions, but how long can they last?
A Kirchnerite initiative for a one-time tax on the country's richest 12,000 people got the presidential greenlight, but the law is still not a certainty
COVID-19 deaths per day have remained mostly flat, but the economy is showing growing signs of trouble ahead
Argentina's withdrawal from ongoing talks opens the door for Brazil, Uruguay and Paraguay to seal deals on their own
Brazil's ruling coalition shrinks further as Justice Minister departure adds to military and economic pressure
The military regained a role with the pandemic, but still does not hold the growing influence seen across Latin America
Primary spending jumped by 70% in March, while total income merely rose by 30%, but pandemic effects are only just beginning
Different types of funds and different groups of bonds mean avoiding default is not equally likely across all assets
Dictatorship-era text was at the top of protesters' demands. Will the plebiscite change the country after the pandemic?