Latin American Stocks Broadly Lower as Commodity Price Slide Amid Demand Concerns

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Latin American stocks are mostly lower today, matching declines throughout global markets as a string of downbeat U.S. economic reports weighed on commodity producers on the prospect of weaker demand.

Here's where the major regional indices stand this afternoon:

- Ibovespa down 786.86 (-1.38%) to 56,379.69

- IPC (Mexico City) down 25.12 (-0.06%) to 38,663.53

- Santiago Index IPSA down 23.37 (-0.53%) to 4,373.41

- Merval Buenos Aires down 47.44 (-2.02%) to 2,304.09

In company news, shares of wireless communications company NII Holdings ( NIHD ) are down about 5% and nearer to year lows today after analysts at Wells Fargo lowered their rating for the stock to Market Perform from Outperform.

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This article appears in: Investing Commodities
Referenced Stocks: NIHD

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