Regulators and Peronist mayors push for infrastructure investment to stop outages in Greater Buenos Aires, but money is tight due to frozen rates
Ensuring that no holdouts are left and extending the deal to local bonds and multilateral organisms come next in Guzmán's agenda
Argentina's debt payments will be cut by nine tenths during Alberto Fernández's presidency
The Merval stock market index plunged from a high of 1800 in 2017 to a low of 235 with the COVID-19 crisis, and is now attempting a new comeback
Martín Guzmán's fourth offer is more generous than previous ones, but would still clear the short-term financially for Fernández's presidency
Showing progress with debt negotiations looks like a more feasible short-term target than overcoming the novel coronavirus
Martín Guzmán's latest 54-cents-to-the-dollar restructuring proposal was rejected by Blackrock, but how far are the sides from a deal?
The drop in the country's economic activity after lockdown measures is worse than the one seen during the four years that preceded the 2001 crisis.
Brazil’s latest unemployment figures, released by the Brazilian Institute of Geography and Statistics, was filled with records — none of them positive.
The next logical question has then been, what other industries could be next on the “nationalization” chopping block?