EMERGING MARKETS-Latin American stocks rise on U.S. jobs data
* U.S. employment grows faster than expected in Nov * Commodities firms gain on Brazil's Bovespa * Bovespa rises 1.44 pct, Mexico IPC up 0.49 pct By Asher Levine and Danielle Assalve SAO PAULO/MEXICO CITY Dec 7 (Reuters) - Latin American stocks rose on Friday after strong labor market data in the United States suggested a recovery in the world's largest economy continues to gain momentum. Oil and mining firms drove gains in Brazil's benchmark Bovespa index, which saw trading
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