Argentina Could (Finally) Negotiate With ElliottMark Melin
Will Elliott Management accept a 300 percent profit on its Argentina bond investments or will they hold out for a 1,600 percent profit?
As 2014 turns the page to 2015, a key clause will expire in the offering documents of two particular bond swaps contracts, impacting the outcome of the highly public dispute between Argentina and its holdout bond investors, including hedge fund Elliott Management. CNBC’s Kate Kelly is . . .
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