Argentina has been facing significant financial issues in the last decade, and Uruguay wealth management teams are poised to take advantage.
By Andrés Bello (*) - Argentine President Mauricio Macri seems almost certain to lose his country’s presidential election next month, after committing the same kinds of economic policy mistakes that so many of his Peronist predecessors made. It is a tragic and catastrophically disappointing denouement.
Standard & Poor’s on Friday left Italy’s sovereign debt rating unchanged but lowered its outlook to negative from stable, saying that the new government’s policy plans were weighing on the country’s growth and debt prospects.
Negotiators have failed to agree targets to reduce global economic imbalances on the first day of the two-day G20 meeting in Paris. The countries want to better coordinate economic policies to avoid a repeat of the 2008 global financial crisis.