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Eyeing Key Short-Term Resistance


Round of selling going through


Remains in red territory


Week Ahead (1/3): Big week for data


Key S/T Resistance Remains Exposed

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  • (Reuters) - Peruvian President Pedro Castillo gained breathing room on Tuesday after Congress voted against a motion to impeach him amid protests in capital city Lima both for and against the under-fire leftist leader.
    • Peruvian lawmakers voted 76 against the motion and 46 in favor, short of the threshold required to proceed to an impeachment trial, after Castillo garnered support in recent days to fend off the attempt to oust him by right-wing parties.
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