The Global Financial Crisis of 2008 was felt far and wide, in places with no connection at all to the US mortgage market. That is, or should be, a clue that the crisis wasn’t really about sub-prime mortgages at all. There were places, though, that avoided much of the turmoil. One of the oddest and unexpected might be Argentina, a country that needs no outside help whatsoever to create a financial crisis. Indeed, the country, once one of the richest in the world, has spent a good portion of the last 70 years lurching from crisis to crisis, all of their own making.
Our Special Report on Eurodollars , the 2nd edition in Jeff Snider’s “Follow The Money” series, will help you make sense of what really happened, and will counsel you on how to navigate your portfolio through turbulent times.
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