Market tensions appear in Chile in the face of election winds of change

The black Monday of the stock markets contrasted with the optimism of some citizens, who celebrated the results and the window of opportunity they may represent to build a country of greater social justice.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The markets reacted adversely on Monday, May 17, to the result of the constituent elections in Chile, at the same time that some citizens celebrated how the convention that will draft a new Magna Carta was formed, with low representation of the right-wing that will not be able to prevent changes to the country's model.

The Santiago Stock Exchange ended the day with a fall of 9.3%, the biggest drop since the state of alarm was declared due to the pandemic in March of last year, while the exchange market also reacted with . . .

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