Guido Sandleris says ‘continuity of Kirchnerism’ would be worse for Argentina
Martin Redrado says monetary base targeting is unsustainable and insufficient to tame inflation
High international debt exposures, large deficits and institutional frailty have fuelled capital outflows, weaker currencies and soaring inflation in Argentina and Turkey
Argentine President nominates central bank governor Mercedes Marcó del Pont for full six-year term, even as inflation soars and currency value drops; deputy, board members also nominated
Central Bank of Argentina transfers $760m from last year’s profits to government to find expenditure; government unwilling to tap bond markets until yields come down sufficiently
Lawmakers in Argentina's upper house approve president’s decree to transfer $4.4 billion of central bank reserves to bond repayment fund
Central bank set to be leaderless again after committee vote against Fernández ally
Appeals court thwarts Argentine president Cristina Fernández’s decree by upholding injunction against the forced transfer of central bank reserves to bondholder repayment fund
The Central Bank of Argentina's conflict confronts the country with a Catch-22 situation from which the authorities cannot profit, argues Vladimir Werning, an economist at JP Morgan.
Argentine central bank governor gives in after three-week stand-off with the country’s president, government says it does not accept resignation
The fall out between Argentine central bank head Martín Redrado and President Cristina Fernández escalates as police are posted outside the central bank to prevent him entering
Argentine central bank governor is back at work after a federal judge rules presidential decree unconstitutional
Governor dismissed by presidential decree on Thursday evening following his refusal to hand over reserves
Buenos Aires wants former governor Mario Blejer to take over following governor’s questioning of plan to raid reserves
Central Bank of Argentina’s Martin Redrado on regulating currency mismatches
Argentina's president said Tuesday that the authorities would dip into the central bank's coffers to repay the country's $6.7 billion debt to the so-called Paris Club group of creditor countries.
Martin Redrado, the governor of the Central Bank of Argentina, says that the country's economy is strong enough to avoid a repeat of the crippling crisis it experienced in 2001.
The Bank for International Settlements (BIS) has established a forum aimed at facilitating debate between the Basel-based institution and policymakers in the Americas.
Lower inflation is the consequence of more responsible fiscal, monetary and wage policies, which might be a result of more awareness of the costs of rampant price growth, stated Martin Redrado, the governor of the Central Bank of Argentina.
Martin Redrado, the governor of the Central Bank of Argentina, said his country has dealt with the recent global market turmoil because of better macroeconomic management.
Martin Redrado, the governor of the Central Bank of Argentina, said that recent market volatility showed the strength of the country's monetary and financial policy.
In the speech 'Financial stability and the importance of AML/CFT supervision and regulation' given on 13 February Martin Redrado of the Central Bank of Argentina said there is no unique solution or pre-established methodology for governments or…
In the speech 'Overview of monetary and financial policy in Argentina' given on 20 December Martin Redrado of the Central Bank of Argentina said the main obstacle to implementing inflation targeting is the small size of the financial system.
Argentine central bank president Martin Redrado said Monday 8 January Latin American countries should take advantage of the current moment of good economic growth to build up foreign reserves to prepare for unforeseen problems.