ETFs exposed to Latin America indices underwent from a fourth consecutive days of outflows, with €-28.65M drawn out from the primary market on Tuesday the 21st. Despite a slight rebound with a positive daily performance of +2.55% on the same day, the segment is still down at -5.30% on a one-month timeframe. Investors have shifted away from LATAM stocks with not a single market session of inflows since the 26th of April. The segment suffers from a rough period with some indicators like Chile’s economic growth slowing and the Colombian Peso hitting its 2016-low levels. Since the beginning of the year, ETFs included in the segment progressed on average by +4.97% far from their YTD highs at +15.58%. 16 funds are included in the segment, replicating the performance of 5 indices for a total of €2.15Bn of assets under management.