Central Bank of the Republic of Argentina

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Central Bank of the Republic of Argentina

The supreme monetary authority of Argentina. It issues the Argentine peso, maintains foreign currency reserves and is charged with maintaining monetary stability. It is also the lender of last resort for Argentine banks. It was established in 1935.
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The head of the central bank of Argentina has stepped down from office.
Argentina deposited $539 million in the indentured trustee Bank of New York Mellon's account at the Central Bank of Argentina before a June 30th coupon payment on the restructured 2033 Discount bonds.
Consultants affirm that the farmers will keep waiting for updates from the Central Bank of Argentina on the worth of the local currency.
It's related to portfolio shifts," Central Bank of Argentina President Mercedes Marco del Pont told journalists.
Meanwhile, the Central Bank of Argentina forecasts a growth of at least six percent this year.
Blejer is a former Governor of the Central Bank of Argentina.
LONDON, June 1, 2010 /PRNewswire/ -- Martin Redrado, who recently left his post as President of the Central Bank of Argentina, is confirmed to address the Latin America Europe Investors Forum, taking place in London at the Radisson Portman Square this Wednesday and Thursday.
A similar poll by the Central Bank of Argentina (BCRA) arrived at an inflation rate of 10.
In addition, the Central Bank of Argentina (BCRA) completed plans for a specialized bank examination unit, announced in 2005, devoted specifically to money laundering and terrorism finance.
In Session 1, a panel consisting of Guiliermo Mondino, formerly Secretary of Finance, Argentina, Miguel Sebastian, Grupo BBVA, Allan Meltzer, Carnegie Mellon University, and Eduardo Levy-Yeyati, until recently of the Central Bank of Argentina, analyzed the crisis in Argentina's banking system.
Finally, we would like to thank the two individuals responsible for the inception of this impressive conferences series: Marko Skreb who was then the Governor of the Croatian National Bank and Mario Blejer, now the Governor of the Central Bank of Argentina, who led the first IMF post-transition team to Croatia.

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