S&P expects another Argentine default

“We expect Argentina to default on its debt again sometime after the new government takes office. Until then, the country will continue to face difficulties due to capital controls and general uncertainty about policies, which would be reflected in an economic contraction,” says the rating agency S&P in its latest report on the prospects of Latin American banks.

Asia sticks with Argentina for Q1 wheat supply as Australian output shrinks

Argentina is set to dominate Asia’s grain market for a second consecutive year in 2020, with trading companies already buying significant volumes anticipating first-quarter demand in the region as drought curbs output in traditional export powerhouse Australia. The latest estimate for Argentina’s 2019/20 wheat harvest is 18.5 million tonnes, with a surplus of around 12 million tonnes in 2019/20, trade sources said.

Argentina´s president-elect tells IMF he has sustainable plan to repay debt

entina’s president-elect, Alberto Fernandez, has a “sustainable” plan to meet creditor obligations as well as maintain growth, he told the International Monetary Fund's managing director Kristalina Georgieva. On Tuesday, Fernandez told Georgieva there was no room for more fiscal adjustment due to an “enormously complex domestic economic situation”, his office said in a statement.