Brazil stocks fall 2 pct, tracking global selloff
SAO PAULO, June 12
SAO PAULO, June 12 (Reuters) - Brazil's benchmark Bovespa stock index fell on Wednesday, tracking a broader selloff in global markets as investors continued to weigh a potential winding down of monetary stimulus from the world's major central banks.
At 4:10 p.m. (1910 GMT), the Bovespa was down 1.91 percent at 48,818.47 after having dropped more than 2 perecnt earlier in the session.
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