Latin American Currencies Lead Emerging-Market Selloff on ChinaBy
Worse-than-expected Chinese data heralded broad-based slump
Inflation expectations climb to multi-year highs on weakness
Latin American currencies led by the Brazilian real fell to their lowest on record, posting the steepest two-day decline in two years, after Chinese economic data showed the world’s second-biggest economy is slowing.
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