Morgan Stanley keeps Argentina as an emerging market

The investment bank Morgan Stanley decided to keep Argentina as an emerging market. It means that, by maintaining the category, there will be more money from abroad willing to come in and buy Argentine stocks and bonds. The problem, in any case, is not how they qualify from abroad, but how the government organizes the resources of the State and arbitrates the economy.

The industry collapsed 19.9% in May despite relaxation of quarantine

Argentina's Industrial Production Index (IPI) carried out by the Latin American Economic Research Foundation (FIEL) showed a 19.9% decline in May. The seasonally adjusted monthly fall was 3.7%, and the accumulated contraction of the first five months of the year reached 10.6% year-on-year. The decrease in automotive production, non-metallic minerals, steel production and fuel refining, led the fall.

Soybean exports will fall by $1.8 billion

Exports from the soybean complex this marketing year could fall by $1.8 billion, while the national government's withholding tax revenues would be reduced by more than $1 billion as a result of a smaller harvest and low international prices. It was estimated by the Buenos Aires Grain Exchange (BCBA) in its oilseed campaign closing report.