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Latam FX falls as strong U.S. jobs data revives hawkish Fed fears

* Mexican peso leads declines among Latam FX * Peru Congress backs motion to start impeaching Castillo * S.African rand up as Ramaphosa resignation plans denied (Updates prices) By Shreyashi Sanyal and Devik Jain Dec 2 (Reuters) - Latin American currencies fell on Friday after a stronger-than-expected reading on U.S. employment raised concerns about a hawkish Federal Reserve, while South Africa's rand rebounded a day after rumors of President Cyril Ramaphosa resigning shook markets.
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Latam FX falls as strong U.S. jobs data lifts dollar

* Mexican peso leads declines among Latam FX * Peru Congress backs motion to start impeaching Castillo * S.African rand up as Ramaphosa resignation plans denied By Shreyashi Sanyal Dec 2 (Reuters) - Latin American currencies slipped on Friday after a much stronger-than-expected reading on U.S. employment boosted the dollar, while South Africa's rand clung to gains after rumors of President Cyril Ramaphosa resigning were rebutted.
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South African markets unsettled as ruling party debates president's future

By Rachel Savage and Alexander Winning JOHANNESBURG, Dec 2 (Reuters) - The rand and South African sovereign bond prices ticked higher on Friday, while stocks fell, after ruling party officials failed to reach a conclusion over whether President Cyril Ramaphosa should stay in power after an inquiry found evidence of misconduct. Ramaphosa's political future still hangs in the balance, with the national executive of his governing African National Congress (ANC) party set to reconvene to discuss the
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Currencies inch higher ahead of U.S. jobs data, S.Africa rand steadies

* S.Africa ANC chair denies Ramaphosa considering resigning * MSCI EMFX index set to end week higher * Dollar edges lower ahead of U.S. jobs data By Shreyashi Sanyal Dec 2 (Reuters) - Emerging market currencies edged higher on Friday against a shaky dollar as investors await U.S. jobs data, while South Africa's rand steadied after the country's ruling party denied President Cyril Ramaphosa was considering resigning.
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South African rand stabilises after sell-off on Ramaphosa exit rumours

JOHANNESBURG, Dec 2 (Reuters) - The South African rand stabilised early on Friday, after a steep sell-off a day earlier, on speculation President Cyril Ramaphosa was going to quit over a panel report that found preliminary evidence he may have violated the constitution. Ramaphosa's political future still hangs in the balance, with the governing African National Congress party's national executive set to meet to discuss the report later in the day.
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