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Brazil’s Ibovespa takes off and advances with investors eyeing the “Transition PEC”

After closing in a fall of more than 2% in the previous session, the Ibovespa (IBOV) starts the business high on Tuesday (Dec. 6), on the first day of the meeting of the Monetary Policy Committee (Copom).

The dollar, in turn, retreats with a greater appetite for risk.

Around 10:25 am (Brasília time), the main variable income index of the Brazilian stock market advanced 0.57% to 110,026 points, while the U.S. currency dropped 1.04%, trading at R$5.23.

In Brazil, the attention of investors is on the vote in the Constitution and Justice . . .

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