Argentina bonds rise on expectations of friendly debt restructuring

Argentina bonds rise on expectations of friendly debt restructuring

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Argentina's US dollar-denominated sovereign bonds rose in price on Monday on expectations the incoming government of President Alberto Fernández will pursue a friendlier restructuring than had been priced into the assets over the past few weeks, analysts told LatinFinance. The president-elect, who takes office Tuesday, named his cabinet on Friday after markets had closed, appointing Martín Guzmán as his minister of economy. Guzman, an associate research scholar at Columbia University's business

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