After the panic that broke out on July 2nd when Minister Guzmán resigned via Twitter, Sergio Massa surprised many by grabbing the helm later that month.
Massa has been almost two months commanding the economy, and the results so far have been mixed, though probably better in some important respects that one could have expected. The challenges remain large, because they were significant in the...
The primaries will take place on August 13th, and the big news is that Cristina Kirchner will run for senator in the province of Buenos Aires.
The new administration is moving very quickly to establish a new policy regime that addresses the main obstacles that have been affecting investing and growth.
Economic activity is evolving with ups and downs since the beginning of the year. In February it grew 1.1%, in March it fell again 0.8% and in April it recovered 0.6%.
Inflationary pressures continue in the world. In the United States, the FED raised rates again as expected, but the surprise is that two more hikes are projected for the remainder of the year.