Coins Reverse Losses and Rise at Closing after Biden’s Advance in Elections

 Coins Reverse Losses and Rise at Closing after Biden’s Advance in Elections

Investors are betting that the Democrat will become president, but that the Senate will remain with a Republican majorityMost Latin American currencies reversed early losses and recorded gains by the end of Friday, amid an advance by Democratic candidate Joe Biden over President Donald Trump as the vote count moves forward in the closely contested U.S. presidential election.The Colombian peso closed up 0.83%, at $3,723 per dollar, its strongest level in seven weeks, while the stock market’s Colcap index rose 0.8%, to 1,172,
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