US court dismisses Citibank and Argentina appeal: back to Judge Griesa

“We decline to find jurisdiction because the order appealed from is a clarification, not a modification, of the amended February 23, 2012 order”“We decline to find jurisdiction because the order appealed from is a clarification, not a modification, of the amended February 23, 2012 order”

A US court on Friday dismissed an appeal by Citibank and Argentina to let the country make payments on debt tied up in a bitter legal battle with hedge funds.

No end to fraud cases involving Cristina Fernandez vice-president Boudou

With Cristina in the Vatican and later in the week in New York, Boudou is formally Argentina's president With Cristina in the Vatican and later in the week in New York, Boudou is formally Argentina's president

Argentina's controversial Vice-President Amado Boudou received yet another judicial headache on the same day as he took over the role of the country's interim head of the Executive as President Cristina Fernández travelled to the Vatican to meet with Pope Francis this Saturday.

BBC predicts 54% to 46% win for the NO vote against independence

Glasgow, Scotland's largest council area and the third largest city in Britain, voted in favor of independence by 194,779 to 169,347Glasgow, Scotland's largest council area and the third largest city in Britain, voted in favor of independence by 194,779 to 169,347

Scotland will vote to stay in the United Kingdom after rejecting independence, the BBC has predicted. With 26 out of the country's 32 council areas having declared after Thursday's vote, the “No” side has a 54% of the vote, with the “Yes” campaign on 46%.

US dollar at new record in Argentina; Kicillof blames 'holdouts' and the US embassy

The 'blue' dollar closed trading at 15.10 Pesos, with the gap between the two rates increasing to approximately 80%The 'blue' dollar closed trading at 15.10 Pesos, with the gap between the two rates increasing to approximately 80%

The informal rate of the US dollar hit a new historic peek on Wednesday in Argentina, breaking the 15 pesos barrier and closing at 15.10 pesos, pushed by rate speculation, and following yesterday’s sharp 25-cents climb. Economy minister Axel Kicillof blamed the 'holdouts' and the US embassy for the latest surge.

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