Argentina by the Numbers: What’s at Stake

Argentina missed a $539 million debt payment on June 30 after a U.S. court blocked all its note payments until a deal is reached over a previous ruling requiring Argentina pay about $1.5 billion to defaulted debt holders as it makes payments on restructured bonds that stemmed from its 2001 default.

Published June 30, 2014

Sources: Citigroup, Bloomberg reporting

GRAPHIC: DAVID INGOLD / BLOOMBERG VISUAL DATA; DANIEL CANCEL, CAMILA RUSSO & CHARLIE DEVEREUX / BLOOMBERG NEWS