Tag archive for ‘NML’
Reuters On Tuesday, December 23rd, 2014

Argentina Loses US Aappeal over Creditors’ Subpoenas

A U.S. appeals court on Tuesday rejected Argentina’s bid to reverse a decision requiring the country and various banks to provide holdout creditors with information about the country’s assets,  More...

Associated Press On Saturday, November 8th, 2014

Argentina tells NY judge new lawsuits seek $4.7 Billion 

– A lawyer for Argentina has told a Manhattan judge that his orders have caused bondholders to demand $4.7 billion since June, creating an “impossible situation” for the South American nation. Attorney More...

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Vered Weiss On Wednesday, October 8th, 2014

Robert Cohen, Lawyer for NML, Says Negotiation Is the Answer to Argentinian Bond Dispute

  Robert Cohen, attorney for NML, says that if the Argentinian government cooperates and provides information, the bond dispute can be resolved. Argentina defaulted on its debt for the second time More...

Tibi Singer On Thursday, August 28th, 2014

Economy Minister Complaining of Humiliation as Mounting Debt Threatens Argentina’s Stability, Independence

See Also: Fight Between Paul Singer And Argentina Rages On See Also: Paul Singer Given Green Light To Go After Argentinian Fraudsters Argentina’s government on Wednesday announced it was not going to deal More...

Joseph E. Stiglitz

Nobel Laureate in Economics Prof. Joseph Stiglitz: Argentina’s Griesafault

–  On July 30, Argentina’s creditors did not receive their semiannual payment on the bonds that were restructured after the country’s last default in 2001. Argentina had deposited $539 million in More...

Clive Minchom On Thursday, July 31st, 2014

Paul Singer Will Likely Collect Most of his $1.3 Billion Even as Argentina Defaults on Debt Payments

– Rating Agency Standard & Poor’s says Argentina is in default of part of its sovereign debt as of yesterday. Argentina has failed to come to an agreement with a group of of its creditors before More...

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