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Is Argentina Set For Another Debt Default?

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- Will it or won’t it default? That’s the hedge on Argentina right now, and it’s of more concern to investors than whether Macri will be able to claw his way back after his loss to presidential contender Alberto Fernandez and his controversial populist running mate, Christina Kirchner. We’ve seen this happen before in Argentina, so it should come as no surprise to anyone. Macri has now imposed capital controls with foreign currency restrictions, but so far he really hasn’t stepped up to the plate to boost confidence in his administration, which faces elections in October. Last week, the Macri government said it would postpone payments on short-term local notes in order to reprofile over $100B in debt. This concerns some $15B in provincial bonds. This isn’t a default, per say, but left-wing Fernandez is making sure the public knows he views this as a “virtual default”. The IMF is now assessing Macri’s measures.

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