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BE HERE. THIS CASE IS SO REMAMARKABLE. YOU WRITE ABOUT IT, YOUVE BEEN INVESTIGATING. AN ARREST WARRANT FOR PRESIDENT KIRCHNER AND THE FOREIGN MINISTER, HECTOR TIMERMAN. WHAT ARE WE TO MAKE OF THIS? >> VERY DRAMATIC. BELONGED TO THE
Before death, Alberto Nisman had drafted a request for the arrest of President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner , according to the lead investigator.
get around these USO court the US district judge says trial and that will be illegal meantime Argentina's president Cristina Fernandez . the US court ruling demanding payment in full is quote extortion. She is also calling those holdout creditors
pending a second appeal by Argentina to the U.S. Supreme Court. After the 2nd Circuit's ruling, Argentine President Cristina Fernandez pitched a voluntary swap of foreign debt in exchange for bonds governed by local law. But Judge Griesa said
two debt restructurings stemming from the country's catastrophic 2002 default. While not good news for President Cristina Fernandez , the court's decision did not alter a lower U.S. court's stay on a ruling ordering Argentina to pay
such a prospect" about the possible impact on its debt being paid. Argentina's Senate, at the urging of President Cristina Fernandez , voted Wednesday to indefinitely open a bond swap that would offer holdouts the same terms as a prior swap
President Cristina Fernandez submitted a bill to Congress on Wednesday which puts no end date on a bond swap offer aimed at diminishing the share of "holdout
default if the country is finally ordered to pay holdouts the 100 cents on the dollar that they are demanding. President Cristina Fernandez vows never to pay on those terms. She characterizes the holdouts as "vultures" out to profit on her country's
year while adding some new ones to the list. Global X FTSE Argentina 20 ETF (NYSE:ARGT) Argentine President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner is arguably to blame for much of her country's economic woes such as slowing growth, soaring inflation