Comments on: A rare (and temporary) pari passu victory for Argentina A slice of lime in the soda Sun, 26 Oct 2014 19:05:02 +0000 hourly 1 By: Danielmontero Fri, 30 Nov 2012 07:37:08 +0000 I don´t know why you are in Argentine side…
Are you one of that persons, that when somebody lose they laugh?
I would love to have your hope if you had invest 1 dolar in Argentine bonds
Imagen that person( 80 years old )whom they had stolen there money was your mother…
Why don´t you came and live here in Argentne?or Ecuador
So Ecuador is right also?
Yes you must come and live here make any kinds of investment and then tell me your hope.
This countries are robbers before than sovereigns

By: Eericsonjr Thu, 29 Nov 2012 22:15:37 +0000 Nostra Sponte on ice. That’s nice. (TM)

By: MrRFox Thu, 29 Nov 2012 05:25:22 +0000 Chrissie has a golden opportunity here to once-and-for-ever ‘trump’ the US court system’s ‘ace’, by demonstrating that it has no power to enforce its judgments against a non-consenting foreign sovereign.

If she replaces BNY with an offshore bank and uses that bank to make the Dec15 payments, the whole case becomes moot – the US courts can’t touch that, and the CDSs won’t be triggered. Elliott will lose all the money it paid to buy the CDSs, all the money it paid to buy the US-law bonds at issue, and OBTW – all the money it spent to litigate the matter.

‘Bout time someone delivered a World-Class butt-f**k to Paul (‘the kosher carrion-eater’) Singer – Chrissie can do it – right-f**king-now!

By: Jose1 Thu, 29 Nov 2012 03:18:39 +0000 Hypothetically, it would have been much more interesting, if instead of Elliot, Argentina had purchased a large CDS position on themselves secretly during the past year(s). Then, had the Griesa decision held, they could have continued not paying Elliot, skipped the Dec 15 payment to trigger the CDS payments, and then used that money to create a system to pay the exchange bondholders in Argentina without having to go through New York anymore. That would have accomplished the goals of not paying the holdouts, cutting off more ties with the US financial system, infuriating everyone, and turning a tidy profit…