* Real down nearly over 6% over past 8 sessions
* Chilean economic growth seen surging
* Mexican peso lags
By Ambar Warrick and Susan Mathew
July 12 (Reuters) - Brazil's real rallied strongly on Monday
on expectations of an economic recovery this year, leading gains
across Latin American currencies, but a surge in global cases of
the Delta COVID-19 variant prompted caution.
The real rose 1.5% after tumbling 6.3% over the past
eight sessions, in the wake of serious graft allegations related
to vaccine procurement against the government.
The sponsor of Brazil's planned income tax reform said on
Monday that Brazilians would pay 20 billion reais ($3.85
billion) less in taxes under a bill he plans to present on
"Brazil has seen a genuine fall in risk premia as growth,
inflation and tax revenues have all surprised positively
reducing fiscal risk premia, whilst at the same time...
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