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- Fund Family BlackRock iShares
- Assets Under Management 1,156,636,000
- Shares Outstanding, K 23,600
- 60-Month Beta 0.98
|Period||Period Low||Period High||Performance|
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+1.12 (+2.31%)since 07/02/21
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+4.06 (+8.93%)since 04/30/21
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+16.99 (+52.23%)since 07/31/20
Goldman Sachs expressed hopes for some Latin American countries, especially Brazil.
: Inside the key economic and corporate events of the fourth quarter of 2019 that ruled the ETF world.
The U.S. House of Representatives passed the USMCA deal, which is now likely to be approved by the Senate. The deal could make or break these ETFs.
Inside the key ETF events of the month of November.
These ETFs should benefit if the USMCA deal sees the light of day soon.
U.S. Commerce Department imposes tariffs on structural steel from China and Mexico. We discuss the impact of the move on some ETFs.
Weakness in Purchasing Managers' Index and bleeding Asian markets do not paint a pretty picture for investors holding ETFs with exposure to the Asia-Pacific region.
Pre-market futures have buoyed into positive territory on news that Chinese officials say the ongoing trade war with the U.S. should be resolved at the negotiating table.
Trump targets Mexico with tariffs, hurting related ETFs massively.
Escalating trade tensions resulted in a global market bloodbath in May while spaces like agriculture, bitcoin and treasury held up well.
|AMERICA MOVIL L||16.14%|
|WALMART DE MEXICO V||9.61%|
|GPO FINANCE BANORTE||9.58%|
|FOMENTO ECONOMICO MEXICANO||9.57%|
|GRUPO MEXICO B||4.14%|
|Grupo Televisa SAB||4.02%|
|GRUPO AEROPORTUARIO DEL PACIFICO||2.82%|
|GRUPO BIMBO A||2.37%|
|GRUPO AEROPORTUARIO DEL SURESTE B||2.34%|
|3rd Resistance Point||50.41|
|2nd Resistance Point||50.11|
|1st Resistance Point||49.57|
|1st Support Level||48.73|
|2nd Support Level||48.43|
|3rd Support Level||47.89|