Chile peso gains 0.3 pct, reaching 2011 intervention levels
SANTIAGO, April 9
SANTIAGO, April 9 (Reuters) - Chile's peso gained 0.3 percent Tuesday morning, reaching levels that had triggered a central bank currency intervention in early 2011 to stem its strength.
The peso gained to bid 465.50 per dollar, to a new year-and-a-half high, and is up 2.7 percent so far in 2013.
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