Argentina’s return to international bond markets this year broke many records, and its after-market performance has been equally stunning. It has also changed investors’ concerns. Previously preoccupied with court rulings, an unpredictable government, legal technicalities and a curve comprising an assortment of complex instruments, bondholders now are looking at more conventional credit issues and can enjoy a normalised dollar curve with several liquid points. The buyside is now assessing inflation and inflation expectations, GDP growth and FDI, and — crucially — progress on the fiscal deficit.
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