Argentina’s country risk climbs due to doubts in compliance with IMF agreement

The indicator that measures the difference between what U.S. Treasury bonds pay against those of Argentina opened this Tuesday at 1,936 basis points, the highest level since last March.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Argentina's country risk exceeded 1,900 basis points due to doubts about Argentina's ability to comply with the conditions of the agreement signed with the International Monetary Fund (IMF), in an international context in which investors seek refuge assets and avoid risky.

The indicator that measures the difference between what the United States Treasury bonds pay against those of Argentina opened this Tuesday at 1,936 basis points, the highest level since last March, which in fact means that the South American country has closed the debt market despite having carried out a restructuring . . .

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