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The resurgence of currencies across Latin America

We’re covering the rally of Latin American currencies after the first coronavirus shock. The struggles of planemaker Embraer. And the bold projections for Brazil’s agribusiness.

Are Latin American currencies bouncing back?

Throughout July, the main Latin American currencies have recovered some of the massive losses against the U.S. Dollar they accumulated throughout the first half of the year. The best-performing currencies in the period were the Chilean Peso (+6.68 percent in the month) and the Brazilian Real (+5.81 percent) — with the Argentinian Peso being the sole exception, falling -2.3 percent since July 1. In Argentina’s case, however, the currency crisis...

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