Vontobel's head of EMD Luc D'Hooge on Argentina's failed Treasury bill auction

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It's a hard job to transition from presidential candidate to president. This is what Mr Alberto Fernández is now finding, as he shifts towards presidential mode after becoming a clear favorite to win the October presidential elections following his shock win in the preliminary polls in mid-August. The markets are now listening to his every word as if he were in office and Mr Fernández now has two constituencies to speak to - the electorate and the market. Following his poll win, Mr Fernández shifted into pragmatic presidential mode, giving reassuring messages to the markets. However, ...

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