1. Argentina defaults again as debt talks progress  Aljazeera.com
  2. Argentina Braces for Ninth Default  Yahoo Canada Finance
  3. Argentina set for default as bondholders reject new terms  The Guardian
  4. Argentina defaults yet again, but hopes to get off lightly  The Economist
  5. Argentina to Rework Debt Offer After Missed Interest Payment  Bloomberg
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Economy minister says country closer to new debt deal but 'important distance' remains. Economy minister says country closer to new debt deal but 'important distance' remains.

Argentina defaults again as debt talks progress | Argentina News | Al Jazeera

(Bloomberg) -- Argentina’s leader Alberto Fernandez faces a defining moment in his presidency Friday as the nation braces for its ninth sovereign debt default.After five months in office grappling with recession, 50% inflation and a crash in the unofficial peso rate, Fernandez is trying to strike a deal(Bloomberg) -- Argentina’s leader Alberto Fernandez faces a defining moment in his presidency Friday as the nation braces for its ninth sovereign debt default.After five months in office grappling with recession, 50% inflation and a crash in the unofficial peso rate, Fernandez is trying to strike a deal

Argentina Braces for Ninth Default

The chances of an eventual deal with creditors have risen in recent daysThe chances of an eventual deal with creditors have risen in recent days

Ninth time lucky? - Argentina defaults yet again, but hopes to get off lightly | The Americas | The Economist

“the sounds of children's shouts of joy and excitement outside on the streets and parks #BuenosAires today - soundtrack to the #Argentina capital's first day of 1 hour recreation quarantine-easing makes my heart happy - me hace 😭”

Paul Byrne on Twitter: "the sounds of children's shouts of joy and excitement outside on the streets and parks #BuenosAires today - soundtrack to the #Argentina capital's first day of 1 hour recreation quarantine-easing makes my heart happy - me hace 😭"

Whatever blueprint Argentina and its creditors leave for the rest of the world’s increasingly troubled debtors, the nation will have to face “the day after” sooner or later, where some 89 percent of the population has directly or indirectly received a public subsidy during this crisis, while the state is absolutely broke. Whatever blueprint Argentina and its creditors leave for the rest of the world’s increasingly troubled debtors, the nation will have to face “the day after” sooner or later, where some 89 percent of the population has directly or indirectly received a public subsidy during this crisis, while the state is absolutely broke.

Buenos Aires Times | One step at a time

"We have been in default for months, before December even we were in default," says Peronist leader."We have been in default for months, before December even we were in default," says Peronist leader.

Buenos Aires Times | Argentina has been 'in default for months,' says Fernández

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BUENOS AIRES - Argentina defaulted on Friday for the second time in less than 20 years after failing to pay $500 million of interest on its bond debt, but it continues to negotiate a restructure with creditors, Finance Minister Martin Guzman said.BUENOS AIRES - Argentina defaulted on Friday for the second time in less than 20 years after failing to pay $500 million of interest on its bond debt, but it continues to negotiate a restructure with creditors, Finance Minister Martin Guzman said.

Argentina in default but creditor negotiations continue

Argentina has defaulted on its debts for the second time since 2000. But the government believes it can renegotiate its loans before the fallout hits the economy.Argentina has defaulted on its debts for the second time since 2000. But the government believes it can renegotiate its loans before the fallout hits the economy.

Argentina in default for second time this century | News | DW | 23.05.2020

Argentina's talks with creditors over restructuring around $65 billion in foreign debt could reach a breakthrough "in a matter of days," a source close to the negotiations and familiar with the government's thinking told Reuters on Friday.Argentina's talks with creditors over restructuring around $65 billion in foreign debt could reach a breakthrough "in a matter of days," a source close to the negotiations and familiar with the government's thinking told Reuters on Friday.

Exclusive: Argentine debt talks could reach a breakthrough in days - source - Reuters

It comes shortly after Argentina's Economy Minister Martin Guzman had hinted there was a "big chance" the May 22 deadline would be extended.It comes shortly after Argentina's Economy Minister Martin Guzman had hinted there was a "big chance" the May 22 deadline would be extended.

Despite the missed payment, its creditors have agreed to extend negotiations on restructuring $66 billion in foreign debt.Despite the missed payment, its creditors have agreed to extend negotiations on restructuring $66 billion in foreign debt.

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Argentina defaulted on Friday for the second time in less than 20 years after failing to pay $500 million of interest on its bond debt, but it continues to negotiate a restructure with creditors, Fin…Argentina defaulted on Friday for the second time in less than 20 years after failing to pay $500 million of interest on its bond debt, but it continues to negotiate a restructure with creditors, Fin…

Argentina defaults for second time in 20 years but continues credit negotiations

Since the turn of the millennium, Argentina has been hobbling from debt crisis to debt crisis. Now, in the midst of a pandemic, the country is set to default for the third time in twenty years — an event that would plunge the country into chaos.

Another Debt Crisis Is Looming for Argentina

(Bloomberg) -- Even if Argentina defaults for the ninth time in its history, some creditors say they won’t immediately take the country to court.Argentina Default Won’t Be Followed by Litigation, Creditors Say

Argentina Default Won’t Be Followed by Litigation, Creditors Say

The last default of $100 billion in 2001 triggered a painful social and economic crisis. Guzman had already said this week that the negotiations would be extended beyond Friday.BUENOS AIRES The last default of $100 billion in 2001 triggered a painful social and economic crisis. Guzman had already said this week that the negotiations would be extended beyond Friday.BUENOS AIRES

Argentina extends debt deadline again for 10 days | Business Recorder

Argentina’s Economy Minister Martin Guzman has hinted that make-or-break talks with international creditors are likely to continue beyond the looming May 22 deadline. It has tentatively elevated hopes that the crisis-prone country will be able to avoid its ninth sovereign debt default.Argentina’s Economy Minister Martin Guzman has hinted that make-or-break talks with international creditors are likely to continue beyond the looming May 22 deadline. It has tentatively elevated hopes that the crisis-prone country will be able to avoid its ninth sovereign debt default.

Argentina and creditors find a path to reach an understanding and avoid default — MercoPress

(Bloomberg) -- Argentina is on the verge of officially being declared in default just four years after a wave of optimism lured billions of dollars in investment.The country’s ambassador to the U.S. said it wouldn’t make $500 million of overdue payments whose grace period expired today until it can reach(Bloomberg) -- Argentina is on the verge of officially being declared in default just four years after a wave of optimism lured billions of dollars in investment.The country’s ambassador to the U.S. said it wouldn’t make $500 million of overdue payments whose grace period expired today until it can reach

Argentina’s Stumble to Default Caps Brutal Four-Year Decline

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