ETFs seeking to replicate Latin American Stocks indices experienced strong outflows on yesterday’s market session with -$121,06M as well as a negative daily performance of -1,80%. This is the fourth consecutive session of outflows for Latin American stocks with growing concerns over the situation of certain countries such as Brazil and Chile. Chilean peso has hit a record low level as protests have shown no signs of attenuating. Chile enters 26th day of strike, public marches and protests. The situation has spread across Latin American markets with the Colombian peso also dropping. Yesterday’s market session brought the cumulated performance over the last 30 days flat to +0.21%. Since the beginning of the year, ETFs included in the segment progressed on average by +6,33%. 19 funds tracking 7 indices are included in the segment for a total of $2,42Bn of assets under management.