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Brazilian Market Quiet in Anticipation of Central Bank’s Move

Latin American markets were mixed on the session, as a late-day rally in U.S. shares was unable to inspire robust buying in emerging markets. U.S. shares turned sharply higher after the Treasury Department warned China to move to a more flexible exchange rate within the next six months.

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