Argentina’s Losing Streak In U.S. Court Alive And Well
Different debt, same outcome.
Hedge Fund Manager Would Like Argentina To Pretend Its Debt Has The Same, More Favorable Terms As Other Debt
Sticking to the letter of the bond now seems like bad faith the Argentina’s creditors.
You Guys Aren’t Gonna Believe This, But Argentina Defaulted On Its Debt
Unprecedented, we know.
Argentina Can Default Now, Or It Can Default Three Years From Now
Choice is yours, although you won’t be getting paid either way.
(Part Of) Argentina Will Not Be Paying Its Bills (For Now Or Possibly Ever)
That last part’s up to you, creditors.
Wall Street Shocked Argentine President-Elect Who Ran Against It Not Eager To Do What It Wants
Truly, finance’s capacity for surprise at the obvious and unearned arrogance knows no bounds.
Third Point Stumbles In Q3 On Dan Loeb’s Inability To Predict Entirely Predictable Things
Argentina being Argentina and Sony’s disinterest in his ideas appear to have come as genuine shocks to the hedge fund manager.
Hedge Funds Somehow Did Not See Latest Argentine Politico-Economic Crisis Coming
It’s not like the country has a history of them or anything.
To Stop Cristina Kirchner, Mauricio Macri Must Become Cristina Kirchner
You get some rice and you get some sugar and you get some discounted bus tickets and I maybe get a few more of your votes?
IMF Argentina Bailout Working About As Well As The Last One
It almost seems like Christine Lagarde & co. don’t know what they’re doing.
Argentina, Which Sold Century Bond One Year Ago, Now May Be Unable To Give Away 40% Notes
But it’s gonna try, anyway.
Because It Worked So Well Last Time, Argentina Will Borrow $50B From The IMF
Mauricio Macri is apparently content with one term as president.
Wall Street Wants To Know Why Argentine President Hasn’t Fixed Four Decades Worth Of Problems In Less Than Three Years
The global financial elite has joined the campaign to reelect Cristina Kirchner.
That 100-Year Argentine Bond Not Looking So Great Now
Paul Singer would be happy to take it off your hands for a few cents on the dollar, though.
Cristina Kirchner Not Done Torpedoing Argentine Economy
The mere thought of the former Argentine president has investors running for the hills.
Bond Market: Argentina’s 2014 Default Was Like A Hundred Years Ago
So let’s buy some 100-year-bonds from the formerly uniquely recalcitrant debtor.
Argentina’s Can’t-Miss Offer To Participate In Its First Non-Deadbeat Century
That sound you hear is Paul Singer's mouth watering.
Argentina's Ex-President Is Waiting For Her Nobel Prize For Economics
And wondering what the hell is taking so long.
Peace In Our Time (Between Argentina, Hedge Funds)
Pacem fundum hedgum