Performance Report – Mexican Mutual Fund Investments in Cross-Border Funds and ETFs – May 2019

Excel workbook detailing, over various time periods, returns of each international fund/ETF receiving investments from Mexican Mutual Funds. Data as of May 31, 2019.

Companies mentioned in this report: BBVA; Van Eck; Santander; Aberdeen; Schroders; Guggenheim; MFS; Global X; Franklin Templeton; First Trust; Goldman Sachs; iShares; BlackRock; JP Morgan; Pioneer; WisdomTree; State Street; PowerShares; Vanguard; Man; Old Mutual; Robeco; Principal; Henderson; PIMCO; Julius Baer; Union Bancaire Privée; Fidelity; Deutsche; ProShares; Exane; Lyxor; Direxion Shares.

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Brazilian mutual funds suffered BRL 20 billion in outflows in April

As investors fretted with the weak economic recovery, the main redemptions were driven by the Fixed Income class, with net outflows of BRL 8.9 billion.

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Performance Report – Mexican Mutual Fund Investments in Cross-Border Funds and ETFs – April 2019

Excel workbook detailing, over various time periods, returns of each international fund/ETF receiving investments from Mexican Mutual Funds. Data as of April 30, 2019.

Companies mentioned in this report: BBVA; Van Eck; Santander; Aberdeen; Schroders; Guggenheim; MFS; Global X; Franklin Templeton; First Trust; Goldman Sachs; iShares; BlackRock; JP Morgan; Pioneer; WisdomTree; State Street; PowerShares; Vanguard; Man; Old Mutual; Robeco; Principal; Henderson; PIMCO; Julius Baer; Union Bancaire Privée; Fidelity; Deutsche; ProShares; Exane; Lyxor; Direxion Shares.

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Brazilian mutual funds faltered in March, raising a scant USD 500 million

The industry reeled in only BRL 2.2 billion in new money in March, a month marked by political uncertainty over pension reform, and doubts about the pace of global economic growth.

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Chilean AFPs funneled USD 783 million to cross-border funds and ETFs in March

The AFPs finished the month with USD 81.3 billion invested in cross-border funds and ETFs, 70.5% of which was in equities, as they sought better returns.

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Performance Report – Mexican Mutual Fund Investments in Cross-Border Funds and ETFs – March 2019

Excel workbook detailing, over various time periods, returns of each international fund/ETF receiving investments from Mexican Mutual Funds. Data as of March 31, 2019.

Companies mentioned in this report: BBVA; Van Eck; Santander; Aberdeen; Schroders; Guggenheim; MFS; Global X; Franklin Templeton; First Trust; Goldman Sachs; iShares; BlackRock; JP Morgan; Pioneer; WisdomTree; State Street; PowerShares; Vanguard; Man; Old Mutual; Robeco; Principal; Henderson; PIMCO; Julius Baer; Union Bancaire Privée; Fidelity; Deutsche; ProShares; Exane; Lyxor; Direxion Shares.

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Brazilian fund flows rebounded in February

After a slow start to the year, the Brazilian investment fund industry ended February with net inflows of BRL 24.8 billion (USD 6.5 billion), up 57.7% compared with January.

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Colombian AFPs turn away from USA and Europe, and toward emerging markets

Eemerging-markets-equity funds and ETFs continued to attract assets. Category favorite iShares MSCI Emerging Markets led inflows with USD 178 million coming into the fund.

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Brazilian fund industry starts 2019 with close to USD 3 billion in inflows

Free Duration Investment Grade funds led the way, with net inflows of USD 4 billion in the month, the best result for this type since data began being tracked in October 2015.

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Performance Report – Mexican Mutual Fund Investments in Cross-Border Funds and ETFs – February 2019

Excel workbook detailing, over various time periods, returns of each international fund/ETF receiving investments from Mexican Mutual Funds. Data as of February 28, 2019.

Companies mentioned in this report: BBVA; Van Eck; Santander; Aberdeen; Schroders; Guggenheim; MFS; Global X; Franklin Templeton; First Trust; Goldman Sachs; iShares; BlackRock; JP Morgan; Pioneer; WisdomTree; State Street; PowerShares; Vanguard; Man; Old Mutual; Robeco; Principal; Henderson; PIMCO; Julius Baer; Union Bancaire Privée; Fidelity; Deutsche; ProShares; Exane; Lyxor; Direxion Shares.

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