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No Progress In Argentine Talks As Default Looms

Jul 25 2014 | 3:38pm ET

Talks to avoid Argentina’s impending default are apparently going nowhere just five days before the event, according to one of the hedge-fund holdouts from the country’s last default.

Representatives of the country were set to meet for the second-straight day with a court-appointed mediator. But they are still refusing to meet with the hedge funds, Elliott Management and Aurelius Capital Management, and no progress was reported yesterday after three hours of meetings.

 

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Jul 25 2014 | 3:35pm ET

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Noster Capital Analyst Says Apple May Be ‘Obsolete’ In Three Years

Jul 25 2014 | 2:54pm ET

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