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zerohedge.com / by Tyler Durden / 07/28/2014 09:12 -0400
With 2 days until the 30-day grace period for ‘negotiating’ the already defaulted upon bonds is over and Argentina is once again dumped from the public markets, the demands for a “continuous mediation” by Judge Griesa appears to have fallen on dear ears. Bloomberg [...]
zerohedge.com / by Tyler Durden on 07/23/2014 14:02
Despite Judge Griesa’s demands that the holdouts and the Argentinian government hold “continuous” mediation until the debt conflict is resolved “or fear the worst,” this morning’s headlines are somewhat surreal:
*NEITHER SIDE IN ARGENTINE DEBT CONFLICT HAS ARRIVED TO MEETING
globaleconomicanalysis.blogspot.com / By Mike “Mish” Shedlock / July 19, 2014
Background: Argentina defaulted on bonds following a debt crisis in 2001-2002. 92% of the investors agreed to haircuts, but a vulture fund picked up an 8% share at rock bottom prices and refused to negotiate.
zerohedge.com / by Tyler Durden on 07/16/2014 20:05
The Argentina default battle is in its final fortnight, with a July 30 grace period expiration looming, one which would result in a second bankruptcy in 13 years to formally be written down in the history books, and which could spoil the serene glow all [...]
zerohedge.com / by Tyler Durden / 07/13/2014 22:44 -0400
With the nation teetering on the brink of default amid major inflation pressures at home and growing poverty (and Kirchner facing pressure into next year’s election), today’s loss in the FIFA World Cup final appears to have lit the blue touch paper. As RT [...]
armstrongeconomics.com / By Martin Armstrong / June 26, 2014
The default in Argentina, as with everything, has two-sides to each crisis. Argentina has been placing advertisements in the US Wall Street Journal and overseas in the leading newspapers of Europe with the headline – “ARGENTINA WANTS TO CONTINUE PAYING ITS DEBTS BUT THEY WON’T LET [...]
silverdoctors.com / BY LARRY WHITE / JUNE 25, 2014
Can the financial authorities compel private debt holders (and also regular bank account owners) to give up their rights to make claims for the full value of their asset when a default takes place? The answer to this question has huge implications worldwide as the risk [...]
zerohedge.com / by Tyler Durden / 06/19/2014 09:27
Argentina’s attempt to work around SCOTUS decision in favor of the ‘holdouts’ was rejected (under anti-evasion orders) last night leaving Argentina no alternative but to threaten to default on its debt. The government called it “impossible” to pay bond service due on June 30, because payment [...]
zerohedge.com / by Tyler Durden on 06/18/2014 15:49
After 2 days of weakness following the SCOTUS decision against them, Argentina unveiled a plan to restructure their debt – swapping existing foreign law debt to local law (more manipulatable and less legally enforceable) bonds, though Citi warns “implementing [the swap] may be technically challenging.”. This [...]
acting-man.com / By Pater Tenebrarum / June 18, 2014
A Sorry History of Statism and Inflationism
Early in the 20th century, Argentina was fully developed by the standards of the time, and the 5th richest nation on earth in terms of per capita GDP. Then several generations of Argentine politicians [...]
As you know I think that this ruling by the Supreme Court, written by Antonin Scalia, which essentially puts the Argentine people and the other creditors at the mercy of the demands of a few vulture funds, may prove to be a watershed, or perhaps trigger, event in the excesses [...]
zerohedge.com / by Tyler Durden on 06/17/2014 15:24
As reported yesterday, The SCOTUS dealt a major blow to Argentina hopes it would avoid making payments on its “holdout” bonds when it enforced a lower-court ruling that said Argentina can’t make payments on its restructured debt unless it also pays holdout hedge funds headed by [...]
testosteronepit.com / By Bianca Fernet / June 2, 2014
Bianca Fernet, stilettos-on-the-ground American economist in Buenos Aires, antidote to economists who act like economics is too complicated to understand and who spout off buzzwords that make you feel inadequate. Her website The Bubble covers pop and econ topics in Argentina.
testosteronepit.com / By Sam Pothecary / May 20, 2014
Sam Pothecary, Buenos Aires, staff writer for The Bubble. Sam would be in some insipid office in London but chose the life of an international vagabond and freelance journalist. He also writes for The Argentina Independent and is working on a project about Rio de Janeiro.
theburningplatform.com / By Stucky / 24th April 2014
In the early 20th century, Argentina was one of the richest countries in the world. While Great Britain’s maritime power and its far-flung empire had propelled it to a dominant position among the world’s industrialized nations, only the United States challenged Argentina for the position of [...]
Mainstream accepted history tells us that on April 30, 1945, deep inside a Berlin bunker, the infamous Nazi leader Adolph Hitler took his own life and that of his wife Eva Braun. That piece of history is now being serious challenged, but not without its share of controversy.
By Andrew Gavin Marshall, AndrewGavinMarshall.com. Cross-posted from Occupy.com.
Following parts one, two and three of the Global Power Project’s Group of Thirty series, this fourth and final installment focuses on a few of the G30 members who have played outsized roles both in creating and managing various financial [...]
zerohedge.com / by Tyler Durden on 02/16/2014 20:29
We take certain liberties with this title: we realize that since one is dealing with human individuals, particularly human individuals stuck in an insolvent, soon to re-default nation, stupidity can never peak per se, as the next day will without doubt bring some peak-er instance of [...]
globaleconomicanalysis.blogspot.com / Mike “Mish” Shedlock / Sunday, February 16, 2014 10:27 AM
Price of many goods in Argentina soared in the past two weeks. US brands are at the forefront of the action. Via translation from Lanacion, In two weeks, Warehouse Prices Rose 30%, with mayonnaise, cookies, and coffee leading the way. Officially, prices [...]
zerohedge.com / by Tyler Durden on 02/13/2014 13:53 -0500
President Maduro and his ministers have stated (fully supported by Argentina):
*PEOPLE BEHIND YESTERDAY’S VIOLENCE WILL BE PUNISHED: ORTEGA *VENEZUELA ISSUED ARREST ORDER FOR LEOPOLDO LOPEZ: VOLUNTAD *VENEZUELA IN ABSOLUTE CALM, ORTEGA SAYS *ARGENTINA SAYS IT FIRMLY SUPPORTS VENEZUELA’S GOVERNMENT
However, between armed groups reportedly firing [...]
n Argentina, the price of gold rose about 28% in the first month of this year. In the meantime, the price of gold in euro’s and dollars rose about 5%. The big difference is the result of a devaluation of the Argentine currency, the peso. [...]
zerohedge.com / by Tyler Durden on 02/05/2014 13:57 -0500
While we are sure it is a very sad coincidence, on the day when Argentina decrees limits on the FX positions banks can hold and the Argentine Central Bank’s reserves accounting is questioned publically, a massive fire – killing 9 people – has destroyed a [...]
mises.org / by Frank Shostak / Wednesday, February 05, 2014
In countries such as Turkey and Argentina a tighter stance implemented by central banks has set in motion an economic bust. In Turkey the central bank has raised the one week repo rate to 10 percent from 4.5 percent while in Argentina the [...]
zerohedge.com / by Tyler Durden on 02/04/2014 – 14:06
As we noted previously there is a race to the bottom between the Argentine currency and its central bank’s reserve balance as day by day both slide seemingly unceasingly. However, as JPMorgan notes in a rather aggressive note, a local press article sheds doubts over Argentina’s [...]
zerohedge.com / by Tyler Durden on 02/01/2014 17:18
A few days ago, in the aftermath of Argentina’s shocking devaluation announcement, we showed the one most important chart for the future of that country’s economy: the correlation between the value of the Arg Peso and the amount of Central Bank foreign reserves, both crashing. And [...]
zerohedge.com / by Tyler Durden on 01/31/2014 13:46 -0500
The Argentinian 2015 Boden are getting destroyed!!
They were trading near Par at year-end!!
With the IMF frantically scrambling to cover its forecast errors and model-breakdowns amid an emerging market turmoil that no one could have seen coming, the contagion is beginning to spread. With [...]
"And yet, despite the fact that it was a relatively benign lie, there is a tremendous reluctance among the American people to let go of the notion that we sent men to the Moon. There are a couple of reasons for that, one of them being that there is a romanticized notion that those were great years – years when one was proud to be an American. And in this day and age, people need that kind of romanticized nostalgia to cling to. But that is not the main reason that people cling so tenaciously, often even angrily, to what is essentially the adult version of Santa Claus, the Easter Bunny and the Tooth Fairy. What primarily motivates them is fear. But it is not the lie itself that scares people; it is what that lie says about the world around us and how it really functions. For if NASA was able to pull off such an outrageous hoax before the entire world, and then keep that lie in place for four decades, what does that say about the control of the information we receive? What does that say about the media, and the scientific community, and the educational community, and all the other institutions we depend on to tell us the truth? What does that say about the very nature of the world we live in?" - Wagging the Moondoggie, By David McGowan