Argentina restructuring timeline is far-fetched but a reason to cheer

Argentina's plans to restructure $67bn of debt in under two month may look naive to some but the ambition and good communication the government has so far demonstrated point towards a good outcome.

  • By Oliver West
  • 11 Feb 2020
Early on, the signs were not good for president Alberto Fernández’s relationship with the bond market. Weeks of speculation surrounding who would be his finance minister became a saga, and for the appointment of Martín Guzmán to come so late in the day suggested to some that the ...

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