SAO PAULO/BUENOS AIRES, May 16 (Reuters) - Argentina's stock market and peso currency climbed on Wednesday after the central bank held a successful auction of its Lebac notes a day earlier, indicating the country had calmed investor jitters at least temporarily. Late on Tuesday, Argentina's central bank sold 620.93 billion pesos ($26 billion) of short-term Lebac securities at its monthly auction, compared with about 616 billion pesos' worth of securities that matured. That came after the



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