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São Paulo - São Paulo Delayed Price. Currency in BRL
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114,064.36+1,782.08 (+1.59%)
At close: 5:23PM BRT
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Previous Close112,282.28
Open0.00
Volume0
Day's Range112,280.81 - 114,329.73
52 Week Range93,387.00 - 131,190.00
Avg. Volume8,857,128
  • Reuters

    EMERGING MARKETS-Latam FX ease after Fed, stocks join global rally on Evergrande relief

    * Brazil central bank seen hiking by another 100 bps * Peru's seeks to redraft legal framework for mining industry * Fed signals bond-buying taper coming 'soon' (Adds market details, updates prices throughout) By Shreyashi Sanyal Sept 22 (Reuters) - Latin American currencies eased on Wednesday, after the latest policy announcement by the U.S. Federal Reserve supported the dollar, while Brazil's central bank is seen hiking the key interest rate by 100 basis points for a second time. Stocks in Latam followed global equities higher, soothed by embattled Chinese developer Evergrande saying it would make a coupon payment due on Thursday.

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    EMERGING MARKETS-Central bank moves in focus; Latam stocks join global rally on Evergrande relief

    * Brazil central bank seen hiking by another 100 bps * Peru's seeks to redraft legal framework for mining industry * Fed decision due at 2 p.m. ET (1800 GMT) By Susan Mathew Sept 22 (Reuters) - Latin American currencies firmed on Wednesday, with eyes on the U.S. Federal Reserve for clues on the timeline for stimulus tapering, while Brazil's central bank is seen hiking the key interest rate by 100 basis points for a second time. Stocks in Latam followed global equities higher, soothed by embattled Chinese developer Evergrande saying it would make a coupon payment due on Thursday.

  • Reuters

    EMERGING MARKETS-Latam FX, stocks rally with eyes on central bank moves

    * Brazil's central bank seen hiking by 100 bp * Mexico's peso lifts off three-week lows * Brazil's stock index snaps 5-day losing streak; Gol rallies * Argentina to roll out stimulus package (Adds comments, updates prices throughout) By Susan Mathew and Shreyashi Sanyal Sept 21 (Reuters) - Most Latin American currencies ticked higher against a weaker dollar on Tuesday, and stocks rallied as markets made cautious gains after a sell-off last session on worries about the impact from problems at Chinese developer China Evergrande. As a Thursday deadline for $83.5 million in interest relating to its March 2022 bond nears, analysts fear for the momentum of the Chinese economy, where growth is already slowing.