Brazil’s Real Leads Latin American FX Losses on Virus Fears

The real sank 1.2% after dropping nearly 2% on Monday. The country posted a negative trade balance in December.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Brazil's real led losses across Latin American currencies on Tuesday January 5th, as a mix of weak economic data and coronavirus fears weighed and most other units weakened as a risk rally petered out.

The real sank 1.2% after dropping nearly 2% on Monday. The country posted a negative trade balance in December.

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