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Argentina bonds

The issuer's bonds defaulted in 2021
Country name
Argentina
Bond debt
275,499 mln USD

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Cbonds Total Return and Price Indices - Argentina

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30/06/2022
19.161 USD Billion
30/06/2022
9.043 USD Billion
30/06/2022
170.221 USD Billion
30/06/2022
14.664 USD Billion
30/06/2022
2.770 USD Billion
30/06/2022
136.396 USD Billion
30/06/2022
141 Units
30/06/2022
0 Units
30/06/2022
12
30/06/2022
0
30/06/2022
0 Units
30/06/2022
2 Units
30/06/2022
0 Units
30/06/2022
59 Units
30/06/2022
495 Units
30/06/2022
25 Units
30/06/2022
54 Units
30/06/2022
57 Units
30/06/2022
0.405 USD Billion
30/06/2022
0.000 USD Billion
30/06/2022
0.000 USD Billion
30/06/2022
0.007 USD Billion
30/06/2022
0.000 USD Billion
30/06/2022
0.000 USD Billion

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Argentina is a country in South America, bordered by Chile to the west, Bolivia and Paraguay to the north, and Brazil and Uruguay to the northeast. Argentina is the second largest country in terms of area in South America. The country’s capital is Buenos Aires. The currency unit is the Argentine peso (ARS). The main sectors of the country's economy are agriculture, manufacturing industry, and service sector.

Argentina government securities are represented by Treasury Bills (securities with the maturity less than one year) and Bonds (securities with the maturity equal or more than one year). Short-term instruments, in its turn, are further divided into three subtypes: discount securities, inflation-indexed securities, and securities with monthly compounded coupons. Public sector also includes securities issued by municipal and regional governments.

The private sector is represented by short-term debt instruments (securities with the maturity less than one year); bonds (securities with the maturity equal or more than one year); and fideicomiso financiero (debt securities collateralized by a pool of assets transferred under fiduciary management).

Debt securities are traded on the Buenos Aires Stock Exchange, Bolsas y Mercados Argentinos and OTC market Mercado Abierto Electrónico. Government securities are placed through public and private auctions organized by the Ministry of Finance of Argentina or direct subscription. The instruments of corporate and municipal sectors are placed by investment banks.

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  • LEI
    549300KPBYGYF7HCHO27
  • SWIFT
    REAGARB1XXX
  • SIC
    8888 FOREIGN GOVERNMENTS
  • CIK
    0000914021

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