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79 years ago, the British won a surprise victory over Nazi Germany in the first major naval battle of World War II
The British faced a bleak outlook in the early days of World War II, but a naval victory thousands of miles away from Europe boosted spirits at home.
President Donald Trump was recorded saying "get me out of here" as he strode offstage during a photo-op at the G20 Summit in Buenos Aires, Argentina.
Trump and Putin were supposed to meet in Argentina on the sidelines of the G20 summit.
Russian media say the leaders will meet at a time when Moscow and Washington are increasingly at odds over nuclear and military matters.
Argentina releases first images of the submarine San Juan — lost a year ago at 3,000 feet deep with all its crew
Argentina's navy release the first images of the submarine ARA San Juan, which was found on the seafloor just over a year after going missing.
Goldman Sachs has joined George Soros and Steve Cohen in backing an Argentinian mobile banking startup
Ualá, an Argentine mobile banking startup, has raised $34 million in a new round of funding led by Goldman Sachs's venture unit, along with investors including billionaire George Soros' family office and the early-stage VC firm funded by Steve Cohen.
The International Monetary Fund this week announced plans to expand Argentina's bailout package reached in June, which was already the largest in its history. But some economists are skeptical it will be able to stem a crisis that has roiled Latin America's third-largest economy.
Turkey may need more than just rate hikes to shore up capital. Specifically, it needs about $75 billion, according to Macquarie strategists Thierry Wizman and Gareth Berry, or about 1.5 times what the International Monetary Fund agreed to loan Argentina in the largest bailout deal in its history.
The head of Argentina's central bank unexpectedly resigned Tuesday after three months on the job, delivering a blow to the worst-performing currency of 2018.
Argentina's economy contracted sharply in the second quarter after a severe drought roiled agricultural production and as the country works with the International Monetary Fund to stem a spiraling economic crisis.