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RPT-REUTERS SUMMIT-Investors wary as social unrest spreads from Hong Kong to Santiago

11:00am GMT

NEW YORK, Nov 11 Social unrest worldwide is alarming some global investors, who say protests from Hong Kong and Lebanon to Chile are forcing them to be more cautious even though the impact on financial markets has been spotty so far.

Investors wary as social unrest spreads from Hong Kong to Santiago

8:41am GMT

NEW YORK Social unrest worldwide is alarming some global investors, who say protests from Hong Kong and Lebanon to Chile are forcing them to be more cautious even though the impact on financial markets has been spotty so far.

BlackRock's Rieder says Argentina debt 'pretty cheap'

08 Nov 2019

NEW YORK BlackRock's top bond manager said on Thursday Argentina's debt is trading "pretty cheap" but he had no plans to buy more and would hold what he manages in the company's portfolio.

China local shares to rise above 4% weight in MSCI EM benchmark

07 Nov 2019

SHANGHAI/NEW YORK Global index provider MSCI said on Thursday mainland Chinese stocks, or A shares, will rise to a weight of 4.1% in the MSCI Emerging Market Index, up from 2.55% currently, as it implements the final step of the weight increase of Chinese shares in its widely-followed emerging markets benchmark .

Argentina's creditors prepare for tough $100 billion tango with Peronist election favorite

25 Oct 2019

By Marc Jones, Karin Strohecker, Rodrigo Campos and Gabriel Burin

IMF awaits new fuel decree to revise Ecuador lending program: official

19 Oct 2019

WASHINGTON The International Monetary Fund on Friday said it is awaiting the Ecuadorian government's next move regarding fuel subsidies to continue the revision of its lending program for the South American country.

Global trade uncertainty a reason to ratify USMCA: Mexican minister

18 Oct 2019

WASHINGTON Mexican Finance Minister Arturo Herrera said on Friday the current global uncertainty over trade is another reason to ratify the agreement negotiated last year between his country, the United States and Canada.

The IMF in figures: Debtors vs creditors

18 Oct 2019

WASHINGTON The International Monetary Fund's current debtor-creditor balance gives the United States an outsized weight in the voting, which translates into Washington holding roughly 25 times the voting power of Argentina, the bank's biggest debtor.

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