The LatAm stocks market is a collateral victim of the latest summit between the U.S President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un which ended abruptly, without significant progress in negotiations. This new unproductive meeting contributed to the negative sentiment. The Latin American stocks segment ended the day with an average loss of -2,06%, pushing the one-month cumulated return within a negative territory, at -1,29%. Inversely, the 15 ETFs of this segment recorded positive flows over the last 30 days ($ +246 M). This illustrates the current move of investors to emerging markets exposures.