iShares MSCI Colombia ETF (ICOL)
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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 ...
iShares To Close 11 ETFs In August
21 June 2022
The issuer typically closes a handful of funds during the month every year.
ETF Areas Defying the Bear Market This Year: Can They Rally?
20 June 2022
The year 2022 as a whole could easily be attributed to the Russia-Ukraine war, red-hot inflation and rising-rate worries after an upbeat 2021.
Colombia ETFs Climb as Presidential Election Runoff Heats Up
31 May 2022
Colombia country-specific exchange traded funds surged on Tuesday as market participants rejoiced in anyone taking a share away from senator Gustavo Petro's vote in the presidential elections. On Tues...
Latin America ETFs Breeze Past S&P 500 YTD: Here's Why
12 April 2022
Wall Street witnessed its worst performance in Q1 in two years due to the Russia-Ukraine war, red-hot inflation and rising-rate worries after an upbeat 2021.
Colombia ETF (ICOL) Hits a 52-Week High
10 March 2022
The Colombia ETF hit a 52-week high. Can it soar higher?
Colombia's Declining Oil Industry Could Trigger An Economic Crisis
3 November 2020
Colombia's economic outlook is worsening as oil prices soften.
Don't Expect Miracles From The Multilaterals
11 September 2020
With Latin America and the Caribbean potentially facing years of difficulties due to the pandemic and related economic crises, attention has shifted to what multilateral institutions might do to help.
Grupo Aval Looks Attractive Ahead Of An Earnings Recovery As It Absorbs Pandemic Impacts
9 September 2020
Although emerging markets indexes have rebounded significantly from their March lows, the disparity in returns this year between different regions of the world is stark.
The fund generally will invest at least 80% of its assets in the component securities of the underlying index and in investments that have economic characteristics that are substantially identical to the component securities of the underlying index. The index is designed to represent the performance of the broad Colombia equity universe. The underlying index includes large-, mid- and small-capitalization companies and may change over time. The fund is non-diversified.
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