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Fernandez To Meet US Special Adviser, Consumer Confidence Rises

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  • Argentine President Alberto Fernandez will meet US special adviser Christopher Dodd Thursday afternoon to discuss the Summit of the Americas in June, according to a spokeswoman in Fernandez’s press office.(Bloomberg)
  • In Argentina, the market reopens after yesterday’s national holiday.
  • Universidad Torcuato Di Tella (UTDT) reported the consumer confidence was 36.30 in May versus a prior reading of 35.72.
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  • Argentine President Alberto Fernandez will meet US special adviser Christopher Dodd Thursday afternoon to discuss the Summit of the Americas in June, according to a spokeswoman in Fernandez’s press office.(Bloomberg)
  • In Argentina, the market reopens after yesterday’s national holiday.
  • Universidad Torcuato Di Tella (UTDT) reported the consumer confidence was 36.30 in May versus a prior reading of 35.72.