Victory for maverick Javier Milei in Argentina’s presidential election means the country is about to embark on yet another economic experiment. While it is hard to say what that will bring for its financial markets, the promise of shock therapy has already provided a short term boost, and offers at least a small chance of a more sustained recovery.
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