Argentina’s newly restructured dollar bonds have slumped weeks after its restructuring

Argentina’s newly restructured dollar bonds have slumped in value less than a month after a deal was finalised to postpone debt payments, and Swiss voters have defeated a nationalist initiative to tear up their free-movement agreement with Brussels. Plus, the FT’s Mure Dickie explains how Scotland’s push for independence is influencing Brexit talks. 


Argentina bonds ‘back in hot water’ just weeks after restructuring deal

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Nicola Sturgeon revives plans for second Scottish independence vote https://www-ft-com.eur.idm.oclc.org/content/0f0ecf40-f30a-482e-9902-d74276bdc43f


Swiss voters reject nationalist proposal to curb immigration

ft.com/content/5a642ce6-1a76-460c-9857-b880b0fb7bc0



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