Franklin FTSE Latin America ETF (FLLA)
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Bull vs Bear: Using Single-Country ETFs to Build an International Allocation
23 August 2023
Bull vs. Bear is a weekly feature where the VettaFi writers' room takes opposite sides for a debate on controversial stocks, strategies, or market ideas — with plenty of discussion of ETF ideas to pla...
Top Performing ETFs: Brazil, Turkey Investing Up
15 May 2023
Another week has gone, and it's foreign equities that led in the week's top-performing ETFs. Investors looked abroad to both commodities centers and events like Turkey's election in their ETFs.
FLLA: Investing In Latin America, Sort Of
3 April 2023
The Franklin FTSE Latin America ETF is an index-based ETF that invests in the Latin America and Caribbean region of the Western Hemisphere (sort of). Investment selection is based on the FTSE Latin Am...
Latin America ETF FLLA Nears Key Buy Signal
15 February 2023
The latest inflation news in the U.S. may have investors looking elsewhere, with international and emerging markets equities an early bright spot in 2023. One area that has picked up interest in the f...
Investment Opportunities In Latin America
9 February 2023
The MSCI Latin America Index has performed better than the MSCI Emerging Market Index cumulatively over the past 5 and 7 years as well as over longer time periods, buoyed by its natural resource compa...
Water Scarcity In Latin America: Operational Challenges
4 December 2022
Water scarcity in Latin America is likely to intensify supply chain and operational disruptions, regulatory risks, and economic losses for businesses during the next five years. In Brazil, hydropower ...
Shifting Global Winds Pose Challenges To Latin America
2 August 2022
Economies of Latin America and Caribbean have continued their strong post-pandemic rebound, but the winds are shifting as global financial conditions are tightening and commodity prices are reversing ...
Rising Rates, Low Valuations Are Luring Investors to Latin America
28 April 2022
Rising rates and low valuations have lured investors to Latin America in 2022, with Reuters reporting that Latin American stock and bond portfolios bringing in about $18 billion of foreign capital yea...
Central Banks In Latin America's Largest Economies Grapple With Raging Inflation
10 December 2021
The Central Bank of Brazil has embarked on a series of shock-and-awe rate hikes in order to not fall further behind. Following its last meeting, Banxico said again that it expected inflation to be tra...