Latin American Currencies Surge Most Since 2008 Amid Rate Allure

  • Region outperforming currency peers from developing nations
  • Market-friendly governments also boost investor sentiment

Brexit Fallout Piles Political Pressure on Pound

Latin American currencies are posting the biggest back-to-back rally since 2008 as prospects for low interest rates in developed economies bolster the outlook for high-yielding assets.

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