EMERGING MARKETS-Strong dollar pressures Latam FX, Brazil stocks lower

Latin American currencies weakened on Friday, in line with emerging market peers elsewhere, as the dollar strengthened after the U.S. Federal Reserve stayed on its tightening course and looked set to raise interest rates in December. The Mexican peso fell 0.6 percent to a more than one week low, while Brazil's real was steady in volatile trade. The steady move higher in the official rate of return for holding U.S. dollars has sucked money out of high-yielding bets

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