Argentina Defaults According to S&P: What Now?

July 30 (Bloomberg) -- Argentina’s credit rating was cut to selective default by Standard & Poor’s as settlement talks with U.S. hedge funds led by Paul Singer’s Elliott Management continued past the country’s grace period. Bloomberg's Trish Regan, Matt Miller and Mike McKee have more on "Street Smart." (Source: Bloomberg)
India Budget `Well Balanced': Invesco's Sambhshivan
35:54 - March 2 -- Shekhar Sambhshivan, investment director at Invesco (Hong Kong) Ltd., talks about India's budget and investment opportunities in the country. India's Prime Minister Narendra Modi delivered a pro-growth budget for the coming year, with a wider deficit projection, in an effort to boost Asia's third-biggest economy while retaining subsidy payments for the nation’s poor. Sambhshivan speaks with Angie Lau on Bloomberg Television's "First Up."
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