Argentine dollar bonds lose 2 pct as peso risks weigh
SAO PAULO Jan 27 (Reuters) - The price of Argentine bonds denominated in dollars fell an average 2 percent in Monday trading, according to traders, after Moody's Investor Service warned that the recent devaluation of the Argentine peso added to credit risks.
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