Brazil's benchmark Bovespa index jumped nearly 2 percent on Thursday, bouncing back from a dip on Wednesday, as Latin America's largest equities market continued to seesaw on global trade tensions. Latin American equities and currencies have proven sensitive to the ongoing U.S.-China trade dispute, along with U.S. President Donald Trump's stance toward other global powers. Local traders have tracked g


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