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Mexico - Mexico Delayed Price. Currency in MXN
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  • Reuters

    EMERGING MARKETS-Brazil's real leads Latam FX lower before central bank meeting

    * Brazil cenbank chief's comments worrying -trader * Chilean markets shut for holiday on Friday * Brazil's Vale declares bumper first-half dividend (Adds comments, updates prices throughout) By Susan Mathew and Shreyashi Sanyal Sept 17 (Reuters) - Brazil's real led losses across Latin American currencies on Friday with all eyes on the central bank's policy meeting next week, while mining major Vale declared a bumper $7.6 billion first-half dividend payout. Next week the central bank is seen hiking interest rates by 100 basis points as inflation surges. "Commentary from Neto seemed to indicate there is no interest to combat inflation with more rate hikes," said Juan Perez, a senior currency traded at Tempus Consulting.

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    EMERGING MARKETS-Brazil's real slides ahead of cenbank meeting

    * Brazil cenbank chief's comments worrying -trader * Brazilian real underperforms Latam peers for the week * Argentine markets in wait-and-see mode -trader * Brazil's Vale declares bumper first-half dividend By Susan Mathew Sept 17 (Reuters) - Brazil's real dropped 1% to lead losses across Latin American currencies on Friday with all eyes on the central bank's policy meeting next week, while mining major Vale declared a bumper $7.6 billion first-half dividend payout. Next week the central bank is seen hiking interest rates by 100 basis points as inflation surges. "Commentary from Neto seemed to indicate there is no interest to combat inflation with more rate hikes," said Juan Perez, a senior currency traded at Tempus Consulting.

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    EMERGING MARKETS-Chilean peso leads Latam FX higher after c.bank minutes

    * August 75-bps hike was unanimous -Chile c.bank minutes * Brazil's Bradespar jumps, limits Bovespa declines * Colombian government signs tax reform bill into law * Argentine inflation rise by the least in a year (Updates prices throughout) By Susan Mathew and Shreyashi Sanyal Sept 15 (Reuters) - Hawkish central bank minutes lifted Chile's peso on Wednesday, while Bradespar, one of the biggest shareholders of Brazilian miner Vale, surged on a plan to distribute almost $1 billion in Vale shares. Along with a boost from rising copper prices, Chile's central bank minutes that showed a 75-basis-point hike in the key interest rate last month was a unanimous decision as the economy recovered strongly from the fallout of the COVID-19 pandemic.