In Brazil, the real depreciated 0.1% to 5.1074 units per dollar and the Bovespa stock index fell 0.8% to 110,916.08 points.
The Mexican peso appreciated 0.3% to 18.7699 units in the final price of the central bank and the main stock index S&P/BMV IPC, which make up the 35 most liquid companies in the Mexican market, fell 0.03% to 53,576.72 points.
In Argentina, the peso fell 0.2% to $181.27 per dollar, while the leading S&P Merval index rose 3.4% to 242,154.50 points, maintaining the vertiginous upward trend of recent weeks based on the arrival of fresh capital and high returns in dollars.
The Colombian peso lost 0.4% to 4,694 units per dollarending four consecutive days on the rise, while on the stock market, the benchmark MSCI COLCAP index, advanced 0.06% to 1,337.44 points.
The Chilean peso closed the day with a decline of 0.9% to 827.70/828.00 units per dollar and the main index of the Santiago stock market, the IPSA, fell 0.87% to 5,156.65 points.
The Peruvian currency, the sol, depreciated 0.7% to 3.811/3.814 units per dollar. Meanwhile, the benchmark of the Lima Stock Exchange appreciated 0.55% to 604.78 points.
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