JPMorgan Latin America A
Michel Temer Takes Over: What’s Next for Dilma Rousseff?
If Dilma Rousseff is impeached by the Senate, Michel Temer will head the government until 2018 before the next election.
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.
Fiscal Woes Have Plagued Brazil
Brazil’s fiscal woes have just worsened. A release from Banco Central do Brasil showed that the country’s cumulative primary deficit stood at 125.1 billion reais in the 12-month period ended February 2016.
Portfolio Composition of JLTAX through November 2015
JLTAX’s assets were invested across 57 holdings as of November 2015, and it was managing assets worth $62.3 million.
Inflation Isn’t Giving Breathing Room to Banco Central do Brasil
Unlike its peers in Japan, China, and Europe, Banco Central do Brasil can’t adopt an easing approach, the primary reason being its high levels of inflation.
Materials Hurt the JPMorgan Latin America Fund in October 2015
The JPMorgan Latin America Fund – A (JLTAX) rose 4.6% in October 2015 from a month ago. In the three-month and six-month periods ended October 30, the fund fell 12.1% and 23.6%, respectively.
How Financials Affected the JPMorgan Latin America Fund in September
The JPMorgan Latin America Fund Class A fell by 6.2% in September from August 2015. But from the end of September until October 28, the fund was up 5.2%.
The JPMorgan Latin America Fund Class A (JLTAX): Portfolio Overview
The JPMorgan Latin America Fund seeks long-term growth through “investments that are tied economically to Latin America.”
The JPMorgan Latin America Fund Class A (JLTAX): Investor Must-Knows
The JPMorgan Latin America Fund – A (JLTAX) is offered by JPMorgan Asset Management. The fund seeks long-term growth of capital.
How Financials Hurt the JPMorgan Latin America Fund Class A (JLTAX) in August 2015
The JPMorgan Latin America A (JLTAX) tanked 10.5% in August 2015 from a month ago—the third-worst performance among the eight funds in this review.