Cristina Kirchner

Sure, its plan to offer investors the chance to exchange their New York-law debt for Argentine- or French-law debt is dead in the water. But when it comes to wholly symbolic acts in the name of the principle of not having to pay your debts, Argentina simply can’t help itself. Read more »

  • 21 Jul 2014 at 2:34 PM

Dan Loeb Pretty Sure Argentina’s Got This

Argentina has nine days to pay Paul Singer—or does it? Sure, a second default in 13 years will probably keep the country from tapping the international debt markets until President Cristina Kirchner’s son Máximo follows father and mother into the Casa Rosada in nine to 13 years or so. But who needs to make good on one’s commitments when one can just loudly proclaim that one has done so without actually doing so and then call on Xi Jinping and Vladimir Putin for a bailout? Read more »

Everyone, that is, except for President Cristina Fernandez Kirchner, for now. Read more »