Chilean Peso Falls to 12-Year Low Amid Copper Price Slump

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  • Plunge is spurring speculation of central bank intervention
  • Currency weakness helps drive Chile's above-target inflation

Chile’s peso slumped today after the price of copper, the country’s main export, reached its lowest in more than six years, spurring talk of whether the central bank may intervene in the market.

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