EMERGING MARKETS-Colombia peso rebounds to 3-yr high as crude rises

BRASILIA, April 3 (Reuters) - The Colombian peso on Tuesday followed crude prices to a nearly three-year high, rebounding from the previous day's selloff. Still, the mood across global financial markets was cautious as concerns over a United States-China trade war lingered. The peso firmed 1.2 percent to 2,773 to the dollar, leading gains among Latin American currencies and recovering from a 0.6 percent drop the day before. The rebound was largely underpinned by an upswing in oil prices, which had posted their biggest one-day fall in almost a year the day before. China announced last week it would slap extra tariffs on 128 U.S. products, deepening a dispute between the world's two biggest economies and triggering a sellof in risky assets. Currencies were mostly stronger, while stock markets throughout the region traded higher. Brazil's benchmark Bovespa stock index was up 0.6 percent, as shares of Vale SA extended their recent rally in the wake of a new dividend policy. State-controlled oil company Petróleo Brasileiro SA also rose, supported

Key Latin American stock indexes and currencies at 1520 GMT:

Stock indexes daily % YTD % Latest change change MSCI Emerging Markets 1170.98 0.13 0.95 MSCI LatAm 3039.59 0.72 6.7 Brazil Bovespa 85173.74 0.6 11.48 Mexico IPC 46065.13 0.52 -6.66 Chile IPSA 5514.03 0.21 -0.91 Chile IGPA 27623.29 0.2 -1.28 Argentina MerVal 31179.98 0.21 3.71 Colombia IGBC 11576.91 0.96 1.81 Currencies daily % YTD % change change


Brazil real 3.3166 -0.15 -0.10 Mexico peso 18.1740 0.34 8.39 Chile peso 602.7 0.37 1.98 Colombia peso 2773.83 1.18 7.50 Peru sol 3.225 0.06 0.37 Argentina peso (interbank) 20.1650 -0.07 -7.76 Argentina peso (parallel) 20.72 0.19 -7.19

(Reporting by Bruno Federowski Editing by Frances Kerry)