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  1. #1777
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    Argentina Bans Citi From Market Operations on Holdout Agreement

    More on the CitiBank saga.

    http://www.bloomberg.com/news/articl...ent?cmpid=yhoo

    Tres3.

  2. #1776
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    Argentina raises 5 bln pesos in local debt auction

    Even though the "bonds" are only 12 and 18 months, I still do not trust the Argentine government.

    http://finance.yahoo.com/news/argent...223952009.html

    Tres3.

  3. #1775
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    Its 2015 are we still at this?

    The doom and gloom squad are sloop 2010.

  4. #1774
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    Citigroup Says Judge Allowing Two Argentina Bond Payments

    The below link is an article about Citigroup and their planned exit from Argentina.

    http://finance.yahoo.com/news/citigr...185046411.html

    Tres3.

  5. #1773
    Quote Originally Posted by Tres3  [View Original Post]
    Below are two links about CitiBank finding itself between a rock and a hard place or between Judge Griesa and the Argentina Government.

    http://finance.yahoo.com/news/argent...--finance.html

    http://www.bloomberg.com/news/articl...ayments-denied

    Tres3.
    I think Cristina is about to find out who has more power, her or some old misinformed judge in and why.

  6. #1772
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    "Poor" CitiBank

    Below are two links about CitiBank finding itself between a rock and a hard place or between Judge Griesa and the Argentina Government.

    http://finance.yahoo.com/news/argent...--finance.html

    http://www.bloomberg.com/news/articl...ayments-denied

    Tres3.

  7. #1771
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    Argentina says the 'vultures' circling overhead have multiplied, and they're asking for billions

    The below link points to more Kicillikof rhetoric for the masses, but also gives a good summary of the entire Argentina bond debacle.

    http://finance.yahoo.com/news/argent...202300653.html

    Tres3.

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  9. #1770
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    Argentina's Bonds Are Doing So Well, It Tried to Sell More

    The below link is to a long article that appeared in Bloomberg. It is somewhat difficult to understand, and you have to forgive the author for trying to be tongue in cheek with the title.

    http://www.bloombergview.com/article...ore?cmpid=yhoo

    Tres3.

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  11. #1769
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    The letter Wall Street sent to potential Argentina investors is hilarious

    The below link is about Argentina's bond offering that was withdrawn after only two days.

    http://finance.yahoo.com/news/letter...194600689.html

    Tres3.

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  13. #1768
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    Argentina's Bond Mess Gets Slightly More Complicated

    The following is a link to a Bloomberg story that appeared on Yahoo.

    http://www.bloombergview.com/article...ted?cmpid=yhoo

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  15. #1767

    Joking

    Quote Originally Posted by Tres3  [View Original Post]
    Everything--After all, the bonds are being issued by the Argentinian government. If you trust the government, then I have a bridge I would like to sell you.

    Tres3.
    Tres, from the first word - The - to the last word -wrong? - it was tongue in cheek! Its Argentina of course it's going sideways! Who would want bonds under those conditions?

  16. #1766
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    The Hot New Threat To Argentina 'Acceleration'

    CFK keeps digging the hole deeper and deeper. Of course, she does not care because she has already stolen a bundle.

    http://finance.yahoo.com/news/hot-th...140300855.html

    Tres3.

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  18. #1765
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    Everything

    Quote Originally Posted by Doppelganger  [View Original Post]
    Both the article Tres3 posted from Bloomberg and the article in the Buenos Aires Herald clearly stated:

    The bonds are to be denominated in US Dollars.
    The bonds are to be paid in Argentine Pesos at the OFFICAL EXCHANGE RATE, there was no guarantee in the Herald article on the official rate not being changed either up or down.
    The bonds are to pay a whopping 1.75%.
    The bonds will be governed by Argentine Law.
    What could possibly go wrong?
    Everything--After all, the bonds are being issued by the Argentinian government. If you trust the government, then I have a bridge I would like to sell you.

    Tres3.

  19. #1764
    Quote Originally Posted by Tres3  [View Original Post]
    Another holdout bond holder sues. It is not just Singer who wants to get paid in full. If CFK digs the hole any deeper, Argentina may go the way of Venezuela.

    http://www.bloomberg.com/news/2014-1...tml?cmpid=yhoo

    Tres3.
    Argentina is going the way of Venezuela. The difference being that life in Venezuela before Chavez was pretty good, and they had plenty of cash flow. Its almost as if Chavez wrote a book and Cristina is reading it at night and following all his mistakes.

  20. #1763
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    Argentina Bond Fight Judge Griesa Gets New Ken Dart Suit

    Another holdout bond holder sues. It is not just Singer who wants to get paid in full. If CFK digs the hole any deeper, Argentina may go the way of Venezuela.

    http://www.bloomberg.com/news/2014-1...tml?cmpid=yhoo

    Tres3.

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