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53,744.92-185.48 (-0.34%)
At close: 03:16PM CST
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Previous Close53,930.40
Day's Range53,476.91 - 53,861.71
52 Week Range42,900.96 - 54,102.49
Avg. Volume158,846,022
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    EMERGING MARKETS-Russian assets hammered by Russia-West standoff; Brazil's real weakens

    * Russian, Ukraine dollarbonds at April 2020 lows * Brazil retails sales unexpectedly rise * Argentine inflation rise more than expected * EM stocks saw inflows of $6.7 billion in week to Wed - BofA By Susan Mathew Jan 14 (Reuters) - Russian stocks slumped another 4% to nine-month lows on Friday, while the rouble was back at 76 a dollar and bonds at over 2-1/2-year lows as talks with the West over Ukraine hit a dead-end. Ukraine was hit by a cyberattack splashing a warning across government websites to "be afraid and expect the worst," while Russia, which has massed 100,000 troops on its neighbor's frontier, released pictures of more of its forces on the move. Russia said it was open to more talks with the United States, while Germany is slated to hold talks with Moscow next week.

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    EMERGING MARKETS-Geopolitical woes rattle Russian rouble; Latam FX firm

    The rouble slid past 75 per dollar after the Kremlin said talks with the United States and NATO this week had been "unsuccessful" in bridging fundamental differences over the Ukraine crisis and Moscow's demands that NATO pull back from central and eastern Europe. The United States said it had largely settled on the options for sanctions against Russia should it invade Ukraine and would be prepared to impose them as soon as any tanks roll. Combined with expected tighter monetary policy and rising Omicron cases in Brazil, Citi expects a contraction in 2022 annual GDP.

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    EMERGING MARKETS-Latam FX rallies on commodity gains, dollar weakness

    * Iron ore, copper and oil prices rise * Latam stocks at 2-month high (Writes through with Latam, updates prices) By Susan Mathew and Ambar Warrick Jan 12 (Reuters) - Most Latin American currencies rose on Wednesday as hopes of more stimulus in China drove up commodity prices, while the dollar slumped after U.S. inflation data came in as expected. Brazil's real added 0.8%, while Mexico's peso firmed 0.2%. Iron ore, oil and copper prices rose as weak Chinese inflation data kept the door open for more liquidity measures by the PBOC.