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128,896.98+602.98 (+0.47%)
At close: 05:25PM BRT
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Previous close128,294.00
Day's range0.00 - 0.00
52-week range
Avg. volume9,366,458
  • Reuters

    EMERGING MARKETS-Most Latam FX fall as dollar regains strength, Brazil's real outshines

    * Chile's peso at four month highs * Rising iron ore prices push Brazil's real higher * Latam FX up 0.1%, stocks down 0.1% By Shashwat Chauhan May 16 (Reuters) - Most Latin American currencies slipped on Thursday, as a resurgent dollar ticked up following last sessions' declines, though the Brazilian real bucked the trend amid rising iron ore prices. Brazil's real appreciated 0.2% against the dollar, as iron ore prices, one of the country's top exports, gained on news of authorities in top consumer China considering government purchases of unsold homes. Separately, data showed inflation in Brazil as measured by the IGP-10 price index rose 1.08% in May, compared to a 0.33% drop in April.

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    EMERGING MARKETS-Latam stocks, FX muted ahead of rate decision flurry

    MSCI's gauge for Latin American stocks inched up 0.2%, while the currencies index dipped 0.1% against the dollar, ending a three-day winning streak, by 1931 GMT. As the largest economy in the region, Brazil will be the focus on Wednesday, as its central bank is widely expected to cut interest rates by at least 25 basis points.

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    EMERGING MARKETS-Latam stocks, FX track global markets higher, head for weekly gains

    * Brazil's inflation slows to 0.21% in mid-April vs est 0.29% * Brazil's cenbank chief points to US interest rates as major beacon * S&P Global Ratings cuts Peru's rating * Latin American stocks jump 1.5%, FX adds 0.8% By Bansari Mayur Kamdar April 26 (Reuters) - Currencies and stocks in Latin America rose on Friday, setting both indexes on track for weekly gains, tracking upbeat risk sentiment globally as Wall Street rallied on robust earnings reports. The MSCI index for Latin American currencies gained 0.8% and was on track to end the turbulent week 1.4% higher following steep losses earlier in the month when investors walked away from riskier assets due to uncertainties from heightened tensions in the Middle East.