Argentina's Peso Tumbles as Exporters Await Better Exchange RateBy
Currency leads emerging-market declines as it sinks 3%
Lack of grain sales saps dollar flows into the country
Argentina’s peso tumbled the most since President Mauricio Macri allowed the currency to float freely as a slowdown in grain sales trimmed dollar flows into the country just as importers’ demand for foreign currency picked up.
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