Originally published on SeekingAlpha.com
- Argentina’s National Pension Fund owns about USD 4 billion in US traded companies.
- Government officials have suggested the need to sell these holdings in the near future.
- Stakes in some specific stocks are very significant. Such is the case of Banco Macro (BMA), where the pension fund owns 31.50% of equity.
- Liquidating these holdings can have a huge impact on thinly traded stocks if not handled properly.