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IBOVESPA (^BVSP)

São Paulo - São Paulo Delayed Price. Currency in BRL
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121,800.79-3,874.54 (-3.08%)
At close: 5:22PM BRT
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Previous Close125,675.33
Open125,671.95
Volume0
Day's Range121,748.18 - 125,672.89
52 Week Range93,387.00 - 131,190.00
Avg. Volume8,270,152
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    EMERGING MARKETS-Peru's sol, bonds hit as no finance minister named; Mexican peso rise on GDP

    Castillo appointed Guido Bellido, a member of his Marxist party, as prime minister and did not name a finance minister in his cabinet, raising uncertainty about the direction of policy and the economy. Peru's sol sank 2.4%, putting it on course to end around 4% lower in July - its eight straight monthly decline. "We move to neutral our stance on Peru sovereign in our model portfolio due to cabinet choices."

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    EMERGING MARKETS-Latam FX slip; Brazilian real dips on political woes

    * Latam FX fall, lag EMFX * Brazil's Bolsonaro implicated in alleged graft scheme * Colombian markets were also closed for a holiday * Petrobras hikes fuel prices; shares fall (Updates prices) By Ambar Warrick and Susan Mathew July 5 (Reuters) - Latin American currencies fell on Monday, lagging broader emerging market peers, with Brazil's real extending losses to a fifth straight session on growing concerns over corruption in the country. The real hit a two-week low and was last trading down 0.7%, despite data that showed private sector business activity in Brazil roared back to life in June, benefiting from the easing of some COVID-19 restrictions. Website UOL reported on Monday that Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro was involved in a scheme to skim salaries of his aides while a federal deputy.

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    EMERGING MARKETS-Brazil's real hits one-year high on hawkish central bank minutes

    * Next Brazilian rate hike could be 100 bps * Dollar retreats as Powell speaks * Latam stocks retreat (Adds graphic, updates prices) By Susan Mathew and Ambar Warrick June 22 (Reuters) - Brazil's real hit a one-year high as minutes of the central bank's recent meeting suggested a more hawkish stance than previously thought, while Chile's and Mexico's pesos rose as commodity prices stabilized from recent losses. The real surged nearly 1% to a one-year high of 4.970, as central bank minutes showed a 100-basis point hike could be coming at the next meeting to keep inflation in check. Liam Spillane, head of EM debt at Aviva Investors, said in an interview he sees an upside in Brazil's real and said its recent outperformance can continue at this level as central bank policy should support the currency in coming months.