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Brazil Ignores Wall Street and Zooms Up

Latin American shares rallied, as the markets in Brazil, Mexico and Argentina set record highs. Investors largely ignored a poor session on Wall Street, which was pressured by a revenue miss from Cisco Systems, higher oil prices and disappointing wholesale inventories data.

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