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IBOVESPA (^BVSP)

Sao Paolo - Sao Paolo Delayed Price. Currency in BRL
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117,669.90-643.10 (-0.54%)
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  • Reuters

    EMERGING MARKETS-Latam stocks, FX rise but still on course for worst quarter in a year

    * Brazil set for a near 9% decline in Q1 * Latam FX gains on the day as dollar weakens * Cielo soar after Brazil greenlights WhatsApp payments (Adds comments, updates prices throughout) By Sruthi Shankar and Shreyashi Sanyal March 31 (Reuters) - Latin American currencies and stocks were on course to close out their worst quarter in a year on Wednesday as bets of a faster U.S. economic recovery lifted the dollar and a worsening coronavirus crisis in Brazil hit regional markets. The real, among the worst performing EM currencies so far this year with losses of almost 9%, rose 1.6%. Other regional peers including the Mexican peso, the Colombian peso and the Chilean peso all rose in a reversal of this year's trend as the dollar weakened.

  • Reuters

    EMERGING MARKETS-Latam stocks, FX on course for worst quarter in a year

    * Brazil set for a near 9% decline in Q1 * Latam FX gains on the day as dollar weakens * Cielo soar after Brazil greenlights WhatsApp payments By Sruthi Shankar March 31 (Reuters) - Latin American currencies and stocks were on course to close out their worst quarter in a year on Wednesday as bets of a faster U.S. economic recovery lifted the dollar and a worsening coronavirus crisis in Brazil hit regional markets. The real, among the worst performing EM currencies so far this year with losses of almost 9%, rose 1.2%. Other regional peers including the the Mexican peso, the Colombian peso and the Chilean peso all rose in a reversal of this year's trend as the dollar weakened.

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    GLOBAL MARKETS-Dollar gains, global stocks slip as big tech weighs

    The dollar rose and a gauge of global equity markets slipped on Tuesday as rising U.S. Treasury yields dampened the appeal of big U.S. tech stocks and led investors on both sides of the Atlantic to shares that stand to benefit as economies re-open. European shares advanced to near-record highs on hopes of a vaccine-driven recovery as investors looked past the fallout of U.S. hedge fund Archegos' default, which slammed Credit Suisse and Nomura shares hard on Monday. The STOXX 600 index gained 0.7%, putting the pan-European index less than 1% from its pre-pandemic peak, while bank and mining stocks pushed the blue-chip FTSE 100 index in London to close 0.5% higher.