Argentine President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner is offering a way out of default for investors in the nation's overseas foreign-currency bonds.

The proposal her government is sending to congress would allow bondholders to ignore their current contracts and get paid in Buenos Aires, or swap their debt for new securities governed by Argentine law.

Here are three scenarios for investors to consider:

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