Latin American currencies and stocks were on-pace to log a fourth straight week of gains, with stocks getting a boost on Friday from a global recovery in sentiment as Wall Street rose after a two-day selloff. Thanks to Brazil and Argentina's gains on domestic factors, Latin American assets have been largely insulated from the global risk aversion that was spurred by concerns over Italy's finances, trade war fears and rising borrowing costs. While the dollar rebound


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