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  • EMERGING MARKETS-Most Latam currencies rise as dollar weakens

  • Most Latin American currencies firmed on Wednesday as the dollar weakened after upbeat economic data from China eased some fears of a slowdown in its economy. Currencies of Mexico, Chile and Colombia strengthened between 0.2 percent and 0.4 percent, but Brazil's real weakened 0.6 percent and hit a two and a half week low. The dollar lost ground after China reported unexpected economic growth in the first quarter, adding to positive economi
  • Community devastated after plane crashes into Chile house

  • Six people died after a small plane crashed into a home in Puerto Montt, Chile. Video shows firefighters attempting to put out the blaze as police cordon off the area. The Islander BN-2B-27 plane crashed into the house shortly after takeoff with full fuel tanks. According to the mayor of Puerto Montt, the pilot and...
  • How important are early fundraising numbers for 2020?

  • New fundraising numbers show President Donald Trump millions of dollars ahead of each Democratic candidate for 2020, including the front-runner Bernie Sanders. CNN's Leyla Santiago reports on how important early fundraising numbers really are.
  • Brooklyn teacher allegedly molested 11-year-old student on field trip

  • The middle school teacher accused of molesting an 11-year-old East Flatbush student had sexual contact with her at least three times — including on a school bus during a field trip, a prosecutor said Tuesday at the disgraced educator’s arraignment. Daniel Santiago stood cuffed as Assistant Brooklyn DA Wilfredo Cotto described how the 29-year-old —...
  • EMERGING MARKETS-Latam shares track global rally, currencies weaken

  • Latin American currencies weakened against a firmer dollar on Tuesday, while most regional stocks rose in line with world stocks as gains on positive data from China and Germany were reinforced by Wall Street's higher open. Mexico's IPC stock index climbed half a percent on broad-based gains, while Chile's IPSA rose for the first time in five days. Argentine shares added 1.6 percent and were on track for their biggest one-day gain in more than two
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