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Argentine President Weighs New Economy Minister After Shock Exit

  • Fernandez considers next steps after Guzman’s shock departure
  • Exit may complicate nation’s relationship with IMF: Goldman
Alberto Fernandez

Alberto Fernandez

Photographer: Sarah Pabst/Bloomberg

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Argentine President Alberto Fernandez is yet to choose his new economic chief almost 24 hours after Martin Guzman’s resignation Saturday, a shock departure that deepens the country’s financial crisis with inflation soaring and the nation’s bonds in distressed territory.