The 13 ETFs part of the TrackInsight segment related to Mexican Stocks experienced a boost in performance of +1,36% on average during Monday, July 29th. Over the last month, the segment is still clearly in negative territory at -3,62%. It is interesting to compare the performance of Mexican Stocks with Emerging Stocks in general, and we can see that year-to-date, Mexican Stocks are slightly positive at +4,29%, but Emerging Stocks are globally up by +12,78%. The main explanation of this gap are the trade tensions that are still running between the US and Mexico, where Donald Trump imposed tariffs on Mexican goods in June, before pulling back and “suspending” these tariffs after the two countries found an agreement about illegal immigration. However, the threat is still existing for the central American country, and that is constraining the vast majority of Mexican Stocks. 13 ETFs tracking 10 indices are part of this segment, and they gather a total of $4,53Bn of assets under management.