Argentina's Floating Peso a Respite From Emerging-Market Carnage

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  • Foreign traders reluctant to return before deal with holdouts
  • After years of isolation, transition has been gradual

A month after President Mauricio Macri removed currency controls as part of an effort to end Argentina’s decade of exclusion from international capital markets, the peso continues to trade in splendid isolation from its peers.

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