Chile stocks turn positive for year as investors buy deals
SANTIAGO Dec 11 (Reuters) - Chile's blue-chip IPSA stock index closed 1.57 percent higher on Tuesday, clocking its biggest percentage jump in over four months as investors snapped up shares at prices deemed to be attractive, especially in the commodities sector.
With Tuesday's increase, the IPSA inched out of negative territory for the year.
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