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Chilean Stock Exchange soars 9% after election results favor economic liberal José Antonio Kast

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The Santiago Stock Exchange opened Monday (22) with a strong increase of 9.25% following the election results of the first round of the presidential elections in Chile, in which the politically conservative but economically liberal José Antonio Kast won the first round of the presidential elections against the politically and economically far left candidate Gabriel Boric.

Ipsa, the main index of the Chilean stock market, which gathers the most traded shares, opened with an increase of 9.25%. The Chilean peso also opened with a strong rebound of 3.5%, to trade at 800 units . . .

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