Brazil's real weakens a pct to hit 4-month low
SAO PAULO Nov 13 (Reuters) - The Brazilian real slipped more than 1 percent on Tuesday to its weakest level in over four months as fears that there may be a delay in an aid payment to Greece gave investors more reason to shun riskier assets.
The real lost 1.06 percent to 2.0720 per dollar.
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