BUENOS AIRES, Oct 3- Argentina has defaulted on its debt, the economy is stagnant, inflation is soaring and its market-friendly central bank chief has just been forced out. President Christina Fernandez this week publicly blasted the trading as unpatriotic, accusing those involved in it of trying to pull down her government and ordered an investigation into...
NEW YORK, Oct 2- U.S.-traded shares of Argentine companies were sharply lower on Thursday after the government in Buenos Aires appointed a new central bank chief. Bank stocks were among the worst hit, with ADRs of Banco Macro down 6.1 percent and BBVA Banco Frances down 6.8 percent. Other Argentine stocks falling sharply on Wall Street included Petrobras...
Miguel Cardoso, chief economist at BBVA, says that the moderate GDP growth in Spain will not be enough to bring down unemployment but there could be limited job creation next year.
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The Dow closed lower Friday after Caterpillar's profit missed estimates, but stocks overall closed the week in positive territory following a handful of robust earnings and a finalized bailout package for Greece.
The Dow was under pressure Thursday after Caterpillar's profit missed estimates, but stocks overall were set to close the week in positive territory following a handful of robust earnings and a bailout package for Greece.
Stocks continued to tumble on news Standard & Poor's has a negative outlook on the U.S.'s long-term debt, citing concerns lawmakers will be unable to come to an agreement to address budgetary challenges.
Stock index futures fell further after news the ratings outlook for the United States was revised to "negative" by Standard & Poor's.