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RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The swearing in of Peruvian lawmaker Francisco Sagasti as interim leader after deadly protests and the departure of two presidents has lifted the sol currency off a record low and should help the country’s markets stabilize, analysts said.

Peru’s generally sedate financial markets are no stranger to political volatility, but three different presidents in a week during a crushing pandemic, a slide in the sol and a drop in bond . . .

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