The main losses are in the banking sector; Grupo Supervielle’s shares plunge 7.6% and they erase the surprising gains that they had shown the previous week to return to trading at levels similar to those of the beginning of February.
The ADRs of Supervielle fell in the same proportion and also led the losses of local assets listed on Wall Street. The only shares that rose are those of Telecom (1.2%) and those of YPF (0.4%).
The complications generated by the coronavirus, high inflation and slow negotiations with the International Monetary Fund (IMF) For an extended facilities plan, there are three difficulties that keep those who participate in the domestic market on the alert.
Gustavo Ber, from the consulting firm Estudio Ber, said that “operators are still expectant of the news about negotiations with the IMF, since it is crucial to at least be able to roll over commitments so as not to put pressure on reserves of the Central Bank. This happens when investors recognize the low probability in an election year of agreeing on a plan to face economic imbalances. “
In this regard, the president Alberto Fernández said today in the framework of a tour of Mexico that the country wants “to find an agreement but it has to be an agreement that suits Argentina and that does not cost Argentines more than they have already had to bear.”
In response to the supposed intention of Vice President Cristina Fernández to delay the agreement until the pandemic has dissipated, the president assured that he listens to her opinion but that the agreement “is a problem that I and the Minister of Economy have to solve (Martín Guzmán) “.
Bonds and country risk
In this framework, bonds dollar sovereigns still not recovering. The Bonar 2030 fell 0.8% this Tuesday while the Global 2030 fell 1.5%.
Therefore, the country risk climbs 1.3% to 1,520 basis points, the highest figure since September, when the government reported 99% adherence to its foreign debt restructuring proposal.
“The context does not accompany and Argentine bond yields are on the verge of 20%. Added to this are the strong turbulence in Brazil and another expansion in the 10-year US Treasury rate that is already around 1.37%, “explained the consulting firm Delphos Investment.