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Ibovespa falls 2.23% and goes to its lowest level since August, with PEC, Copom and Haddad; Dollar rises 0.20%

The Ibovespa closed down 2.23% this Thursday (Dec. 8) at 107,200 points - the worst level since Aug. 5, when it closed at 106,472 points. The main index of the Brazilian Stock Exchange reflected mainly the domestic news and detached from the movement recorded by American benchmarks.

In New York, Dow Jones, S&P 500, and Nasdaq rose, respectively, 0.55%, 0.75%, and 1.13%, breaking a sequence of drops.

In an interview with CNBC about Wall Street, Quincy Krosby, chief global strategist at LPL Financial, justified that in these cases, "it doesn't take much . . .

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