Who are the favorites for the key positions in a potential Frente de Todos cabinet?
Last October 1st, The Essential organized a debate panel at American University, in Washington DC, to discuss the present and future of Argentina's politics and economy.
Obligations with bondholders in the coming quarters make renegotiation inevitable given the country's dollar scarcity
Estimates on GDP growth, inflation and the exchange rate have been consistently over-optimistic in the last decade
The bouncebacks from the ugly 1989 and 2001 crises took place under Peronist stewardship. Can the trick be repeated?
Grey and black currency markets are back, and so are the classic tools for measuring them
Sales to prop up the peso and individuals' withdrawals from banks have soared since the August 11 primaries
After the cepo first and debt later, the country is now running out of options to shield itself from financial trouble
60 percent of the Fund's outstanding credit under its Lending Agreements are owed by the country
Peronism could reach a majority in both chambers by negotiating with a few minority parties