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brazilian real

emerging markets-latam currencies dip on caution ahead of fed

latin american currencies
dipped in cautious trading on wednesday before a much-awaited
statement from the u.s. federal reserve which may unveil
additional monetary stimulus to support the u.s. economy.
the brazilian real  was 0.1 percent weaker while
the mexican peso dropped 0.2 percent as investors avoided
taking large positions before the end of the fed's two-day
monetary policy meeting at 1630 gmt.

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