Argentina's president wants to negotiate with creditors

Argentine President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner said Friday that she wants to settle with all of her country's creditors.

De Kirchner said that her country has directed lawyers to ask the U.S. court system to create conditions for a debt deal, according to Dow Jones.

On Wednesday, a lawyer for Argentina said Argentine officials have expressed a willingness to negotiate with holdout creditors to end their long-running bond dispute.

Meanwhile, hedge fund Elliot Management said it is willing to take an Argentine settlement of a combination of bonds and cash, a source familiar with the matter told CNBC.

Under U.S. court directives, Argentina owes the hedge fund about $1.5 billion on June 30.

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—By CNBC staff