All major Latin American currencies fell against the dollar on Monday, paring gains following a rally last week sparked by public comments from U.S. President Donald Trump advocating a weaker greenback. Regional currencies, particularly Brazil's real, surged after Trump criticized the Federal Reserve's policy on raising interest rates in an interview with CNBC on Thursday, saying it eroded the United States' competitive edge, as did a strong dollar. The


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