(Bloomberg) – A decline in trading on one of Argentina’s most liquid bonds reflects the impact of the government’s efforts to crack down on a parallel foreign exchange market that investors use to circumvent controls. Last week, the volumes of the notes, foreign securities maturing in 2030, fell to one-tenth of previous levels after the government imposed new rules that aim to make it more difficult to obtain US dollars through the cash call. liqui, in which operators buy assets in pesos locally and sell them abroad for dollars.
Nota Original:Argentina Bond Trading Plunge Shows Currency Crackdown: Chart
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