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Former Argentine president charged in financial case

A federal judge in Argentina has authorized charges against former President Cristina Fernandez and over accusations that she oversaw irregularities in the central bank’s sale of US dollars in the futures market while she was in office. The central bank allegedly took billions of dollars worth of money-losing positions in the futures market ahead of a widely expected devaluation of the Argentine peso. The court has also indicted the country’s former central bank governor, Alejandro Vanoli, former Economy Minister Axel Kicillof, and 12 other officials.

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