By Bruno Federowski BRASILIA, June 7 (Reuters) - The Brazilian real on Thursday plummeted to its weakest in more than two years, as concerns over the nation's fiscal outlook added fuel to a sell-off despite increased central bank intervention. The currency tumbled as much as 1.9 percent to 3.9132 to the dollar, extending losses to 4.8 percent so far this month. It is down nearly 19 percent since February. Rising U.S. bond yields have hit demand for emerging market assets in gene


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