|Day's range||5,709.04 - 5,753.53|
|52-week range||4,337.43 - 5,894.93|
Chile’s benchmark IPSA gain of 32 percent this year was pretty good. But it pales in comparison to the “chaucha,” which has returned 70,000 percent in two months.
SANTIAGO, Chile (AP) — Investors gave a warm welcome Monday to the easy victory by former President Sebastian Pinera in a presidential runoff election that is swinging Chile back to the right.
Investors in Europe remained focused on Brexit negotiations and the Senate's decision to approve a new tax Bill last week.
A selloff in tech stocks and a crucial U.S. tax legislation dominated proceedings for Europe's bourses this week.
Chilean stocks posted their worst rout in six years and the peso tumbled after surprise election results dashed expectations billionaire Sebastian Pinera would easily win next month’s presidential run-off....