People talk at the main entrance of Lima’s Stock Exchange on June 6, 2011. Peru’s stock market posted a record loss and world silver prices spiked Monday, as markets gave a negative reaction to leftist Ollanta Humala’s win in a presidency runoff. Peru’s stock market tumbled, posting a record 12.5 percent loss despite a mid-session halt to trading and early close to try to limit the damage. Peruvian mining companies were among the biggest losers. The ex-lieutenant colonel claimed victory after Sunday’s poll against right-wing lawmaker Keiko Fujimori, raising fears of a Venezuela-style upheaval in a country that is a vital supplier of precious metals to the global market. AFP PHOTO/GERALDO CASO

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