Argentina Agrees to Borrow $5 Billion From Wall Street BanksBy and
Country's loan being backed by local sovereign bonds
Argentina is set to resume talks with holdout creditors Feb. 1
Argentina’s central bank reached terms with seven Wall Street banks for $5 billion of loans as the government looks to bolster reserves ahead of talks with holdout creditors next week.
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