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IBOVESPA (^BVSP)

São Paulo - São Paulo Delayed Price. Currency in BRL
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113,512.38+480.38 (+0.42%)
At close: 05:24PM BRT
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  • Reuters

    UPDATE 2-Brazil's IRB mulls new share offering after capital sufficiency warnings

    IRB Brasil Resseguros SA on Monday said it is considering a new capital increase to reinforce its financial structure, after market participants raised multiple alerts on the Brazilian reinsurer's capital sufficiency. Shares in IRB fell 9.5% to 2.09 reais after the announcement, making it the worst performer on Brazil's Bovespa stock index, which dropped 1.4%. Local financial website Brazil Journal reported on Friday, citing sources, that the reinsurer was expected to announce a new offering to raise up to 1.5 billion reais ($292 million) at around 1 real per stock.

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    EMERGING MARKETS-Latam FX rise, set for weekly gains

    * Peru's cenbank raises benchmark interest rate to 6.5% * Mexican peso up 3% on the week * Brazil, Paraguay to resume talks on Itaipu energy sale (Updates prices; adds bullets, details) By Susan Mathew and Anisha Sircar Aug 12 (Reuters) - Latin American currencies rose on Friday, and were on course to log weekly gains as easing worries about the U.S. Federal Reserve's aggressive pace of tightening supported sentiment. Brazil's real jumped 1.8%, while Mexico's peso extended gains after the country's central bank, commonly known as Banxico, raised the key interest rate to a record 8.5% overnight, as expected.

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    EMERGING MARKETS-Latam currencies rally as dollar eases after surge

    As the dollar gave back some of its stellar gains, emerging market currencies capitalized. Strong U.S. jobs data on Friday had taken bets of a 75 basis points hike by the Fed in September to 70%, fuelling flows into the dollar. Mexico's peso was up 0.8%, with inflation data on Tuesday preceding an interest rate decision by the central bank later in the week.

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