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Mexico - Mexico Delayed Price. Currency in MXN
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    EMERGING MARKETS-Brazil's real gains on hawkish central bank; Colombian peso recovers

    * Colombia to raise 14 trillion pesos with new tax reform * Real hits over three-month high * Dollar at lowest in three days (Adds details on Colombia, updates prices) By Shashank Nayar and Ambar Warrick May 6 (Reuters) - Brazil's real led gains across Latin American currencies on Thursday after the central bank pointed to more strong rate hikes, while the Colombian peso recovered from six-month lows on the prospect of a revised tax reform bill. The real rose 1.5% to 5.2831, its highest level since January after the central bank increased its benchmark rate by 75 basis points to 3.5% late on Wednesday.

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    EMERGING MARKETS-Brazil's real at over 3-month high on hawkish central bank

    * Colombia to raise 14 trillion pesos with new tax reform * Real gains after central bank hints at another rate hike in June * Dollar falls from two-week high By Shashank Nayar May 6 (Reuters) - Brazil's real surged on Thursday after the central bank made its second consecutive interest rate hike to curb rising inflation, while the Colombian peso recovered from six-month lows on the prospect of a revised tax reform bill. The real rose 1.24% to its highest level since January this year after the central bank hiked its benchmark Selic rate by 75 basis points to 3.5% late on Wednesday. The central bank also hinted at another rate hike in June to help curb rising inflation and support an economy hurt by the COVID-19 pandemic.

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    EMERGING MARKETS-Brazil's real firms on rate hike bets; protests hurt Colombian peso

    * Benchmark Selic rate seen up 75 bps * Brazil's industrial production falls less than expected * Colombian peso at 6-mth low * Stocks recover from sharp losses (Adds details on EMFX, updates prices) By Shashank Nayar and Ambar Warrick May 5 (Reuters) - Brazil's real led gains across Latin American currencies on Wednesday after strong economic data and on expectations of a large rate hike by the central bank, while Colombia's peso fell further on continued protests in the country. The bank began a tightening cycle this year to help curb elevated inflation rates and support weak fiscal conditions, and hiked rates by 75 basis points in March.