Tag Archives: Argentina

How Big Is the Turkish Contagion Risk for Emerging Markets?

Contagion from the Turkish crisis to other emerging markets is not widespread.

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Argentina: Who Killed Alberto Nisman?

The federal prosecutor of a 1994 terrorist attack by Hezbollah died in 2015 just after denouncing Argentina’s president for treason.

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Wanted: A New Debt Deal for the World

Beyond just Argentina, it’s time to find a solution for how unpayable sovereign debts are fixed.

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Latin America’s Real Corruption Crisis

The outflows of illicit cash from Latin America are a staggering tax on its citizens.

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Country Bankruptcies and the Shackles of U.S. Law

Argentina and beyond: Is there an effective global solution for country bankruptcies?

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When U.S. Hedge Funds Abuse the Rule of Law

In the battle of New York vs. Argentina, hedge funds plead innocence, while gaming the system.

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10 Worrying Signs Argentina is Facing Yet Another Financial Crisis

Argentina is on the brink of its third major economic crisis in the last 35 years.

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Why Political Risk Will Dominate Markets in 2014

The headlines are filled with bad political news and that means bad news for markets.

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Why Other Nations Fail (But Australia Succeeds)

Is Australia’s success as a country dumb luck — or is it due to its inclusive and democratic institutions?

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Uruguay: South America’s New Zealand?

Will tiny Uruguay get squeezed between its two much larger neighbors, Brazil and Argentina, or prove itself resilient?

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