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Argentina stocks rebound after currency controls take effect

By DW
07 September 2019   |   9:07 am
Argentina's spiraling peso rallied slightly after the country imposed capital controls. Despite government assurances, long lines formed outside banks with people worried about being able to withdraw their cash.

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