The Brazilian real slid more than 2 percent on Wednesday, paring solid gains from Tuesday, as traders in Latin America grew more risk-averse following a fresh escalation of the trade conflict between the United States and China. Latin American equities and currencies, as in other emerging markets, have been extremely sensitive to the trade spat between the two superpowers, with traders selling off ami



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