Argentina Short-term Monitor

FX Premiums

Inflation Linked denominated Debt

Fiscal result and expenditure

Central Bank and market financing to the treasury

Short term debt profile

Sovereign Debt yields

Monetary and FX dynamics

Rates and Futures

Luciano Cohan

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Luciano Cohan

Co-Fundador de Alphacast. Ex Subsecretario de Programación Macroeconómica. Data Science. Creando una plataforma para el trabajo colaborativo en economías

This repository contains a sample of SEIDO's economic research products, including High Frequency CPI, Macro Weekly Reports, Public Opinion Reports and Monthly Macro Updates.


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Specialized in macroeconomic research, high-frequency inflation tracking, and Latin American public opinion surveys

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