By Ye Xie, Eduardo Thomson and Denyse Godoy, Bloomberg |
December 27, 2013
Foreign investors are betting the worst rout in Latin American currencies since 2008 will extend into next year as commodity export prices slump and rising U.S. bond yields lure money out of the region.
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