Activity over the weekend heightened worries among investors that a default on at least part of Argentina's $132bn ( £91bn) in debt could be in the works.
Argentine bonds and stocks plunged yesterday, as investors feared that the operation may not be "voluntary" and "market-friendly" as the government has claimed. Stocks fel
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