People walk past a bank's branch decorated with images of old Argentine peso bills, in Buenos Aires, on September 26, 2018. - A crisis of confidence beginning in April saw the value of the peso plunge, with Argentina negotiating its $50 billion bailout loan from the IMF. The central bank hiked interest rates to a world-high 60 percent and the peso has remained largely stable since its sudden crash in August. (Photo by EITAN ABRAMOVICH / AFP)