Wall Street Vet Edges Closer to Winning Cliffhanger Peru Vote

  • Fujimori trails by 0.30 percentage point as count nears end
  • Both candidates are market friendly and plan to spend big

Pedro Pablo Kuczynski, a former central banker and presidential candidate, waves at supporters from a balcony in Lima.

Photographer: Karel Navarro/Bloomberg

Pedro Pablo Kuczynski, a former central banker and veteran of Wall Street, is getting closer to winning the tightest presidential race in Peru’s history as the count nears its conclusion.

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