Venezuelan protests fail to inspire investors

Venezuelan protests fail to inspire investors

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The call from Venezuelan opposition leader Juan Guaidó for a popular uprising to unseat President Nicolás Maduro has had a muted effect on investors, who remain passive but interested observers of the country's political crisis, LatinFinance has heard. "Volumes are about 1% to 2% what they were in January," when Guaidó declared himself acting president, said an investor in New York. Guaidó received support from the United States, Brazil, Chile, Colombia and many other countries in Latin America

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