Bond Traders Made Uneasy by Surprise Surge in Argentina’s Peso

  • The currency has gained 11% in the past three months
  • Strong peso may hurt commodity exports, a key revenue source

An unexpected jump in Argentina’s peso is threatening to crimp exports in an economy already heading for a recession. It’s also making investors wary of buying the nation’s local bonds.

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