Argentina devalues its currency, the peso, allowing its biggest one-day fall since the financial crisis of 2002.
Local official says miner laying off roughly a third of workers on Argentine side of suspended gold mine project.
A preliminary deal for the Spanish company to get paid for the 51% stake in YPF Argentina seized in 2012.
Minister responsible for price, import controls out after losing power battle.
Will decide whether to hear appeal by Argentina over its battle with hedge funds that refused to take part in debt restructurings.
State-controlled energy company takes multimillon-peso charge related to an adverse arbitration ruling.
Visitors who turn to the streets rather than the banks to swap their dollars in Argentina are getting a bonanza of extra pesos and can shop much more cheaply than back at home.
Now the government is hoping for similar numbers in next month's salary negotiations with unions aligned with her political opponents.
A year ago President Fernández de Kirchner announced the expropriation of 51% of Argentine oil company YPF from Spain's Repsol.
Canadian miner's troubles reflect authorities taking a closer look at how mining is regulated and taxed.
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