Argentina is due to appear in a New York Appeals Court today, when it will try to persuade the...

|By:, SA News Editor

Argentina is due to appear in a New York Appeals Court today, when it will try to persuade the judge to reverse a ruling that it pay $1.3B to investors that refused to accept the country's debt restructuring after it defaulted 2001. The case could "create unrest in the credit markets and result in cascades of litigation," says Bank of New York Mellon (BK).