Argentine bonds rallied, snapping a three-day losing streak, after the government set a date to begin talks with a court-appointed mediator in its conflict with holdout creditors that threatens to cause a default. Bloomberg News reported that Government bonds due 2033 rose 2.2 cents to 85.40 cents on the dollar in Buenos Aires, pushing the...
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