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Argentina-IMF: Going through the motions

The IMF's statement on Argentina published yesterday seems to confirm, if anyone was left in any doubt, what we had already come to expect, in that it seems to offer little hope of an agreement on a new programme being reached any time soon. The late...
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Stuart Culverhouse @ Tellimer Research 14 July 2021
Argentina-IMF: Going through the motions
Argentina-IMF: Going through the motions

Argentina: Implications of Paris Club deal

Argentina announced last week that it had reached an understanding with the Paris Club on a partial repayment plan for outstanding payments that had been due on 31 May. The payment, amounting to US$2.4bn, had already being deferred from last year and...
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Stuart Culverhouse @ Tellimer Research 27 June 2021
Argentina: Implications of Paris Club deal
Argentina: Implications of Paris Club deal

Argentina: Govt announces Paris Club debt deal, will pay USD 430mn until March 2022

EconMin Guzman says bridge deal gives until March to restructure USD 2.4bn Paris Club debt without falling into default. Govt commits to paying USD 430mn of USD 2.4bn debt by March. Guzman says Paris Club March deadline does not affect negotiations w...
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Research Team @ EmergingMarketWatch 23 June 2021

Central bank monetisation raises risk of inflation and currency crisis

Recently, we analysed changes in non-resident and bank holdings of domestic government debt to see how emerging (EM) and frontier (FM) markets have financed their budget deficits post-Covid. This piece will analyse the extent of central bank financin...
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Patrick Curran @ Tellimer Research 10 June 2021
Central bank monetisation raises risk of inflation and currency crisis
Central bank monetisation raises risk of inflation and currency crisis
Weekend Reading / Global

Covid scenarios for LatAm & the Caribbean and their valuable wider lessons

Latin America and the Caribbean (or LAC) has suffered terribly from Covid. In this sense, scenarios work as a set of possible alternatives for which it is wise to prepare. These scenarios paint three very different pictures of LAC in 2025, and they a...
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Paul Domjan @ Tellimer Research 22 May 2021
Covid scenarios for LatAm & the Caribbean and their valuable wider lessons
Covid scenarios for LatAm & the Caribbean and their valuable wider lessons
Flash Report / Global

How regulators are striving to turn back the cryptocurrency tide

One of the key challenges regulators face relates to the fundamental character of cryptocurrencies; traders can benefit from anonymity, making it difficult for authorities to take action. Despite regulators’ dampening efforts, trading volume has incr...
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Rahul Shah @ Tellimer Research 21 May 2021
How regulators are striving to turn back the cryptocurrency tide
How regulators are striving to turn back the cryptocurrency tide