Argentina’s Peso Tumbles on Doubts Opposition Will Win Election

  • Peso falls to weakest in nine months in black-market trading
  • Currency controls limit access to the official exchange rate

Argentina’s peso slumped to a nine-month low in the illegal street market as growing speculation that the opposition candidate is unlikely to win October’s presidential election fueled demand for dollars as a safe haven.

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