Bradesco Latin American Equity Retail
Brazil’s Budget Deficit Led to Dilma Rousseff’s Ouster
A release from the Central Bank of Brazil showed that the country’s primary deficit stood at 136 billion Brazilian real in the 12-months until March 2016.
Brazil’s Economic Peril Has Tailed Rousseff in Her Presidency
When the Great Recession hit in 2008, economies were affected so severely that many of them have yet to recover. However, Brazil was one of the exceptions.
Mark Mobius Is Investing in Brazil: Should You?
In an interview with Bloomberg Markets Middle East, Mark Mobius stated that he is continuing to put money into Brazil.
Brazilian Equities: Could Bad News Be Good News?
Political upheaval is hardly anything to cheer about in theory, but it can bring optimism, as Brazil’s financial markets have shown in 2016.
Bradesco Latin American Equity Fund: Should We Be Vigilant?
From a purely NAV (net asset value) return standpoint, the Bradesco Latin American Equity Fund was a below-average performer for the one-year period until March 24, 2016.
Latin America–Focused Mutual Funds: To Be Avoided in 2016?
In this series, we’ve reviewed eight Latin America–focused mutual funds (BDERX) in terms of their sectoral changes over the past year.
Has Latin America Lost 2016 Already? A Look at Mutual Funds
2015 was horrible for Latin America–focused mutual funds (BDERX) (ELAAX).
Brazil in Doldrums: How Have Latin America–Focused Funds Fared?
In 3Q15, Brazil’s economy fell 4.5% from a year ago, the sharpest fall since the new gross domestic product calculation system was instituted in 1996.
As Brazil’s Situation Worsens, What about Your Mutual Fund?
Impeachment proceedings will begin against Brazil’s president Dilma Rousseff after the country’s lower house accepted a plea for the same.
Economic State of Latin America and Mutual Fund Performance
Brazil’s central bank expects the economy to contract by 2.7% in 2015. But Mexico, the second-biggest economy in Latin America, is doing well.