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Brazil's currency fell on Monday but was off its session low after supporters of former President Jair Bolsonaro stormed the capital, while Chile's peso hit seven-month highs, driven by a leap in copper prices.
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|Brent Crude Oil||74.86||1.38%|
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|Euro STOXX 50||4,130.62||1.82%|
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