Equities: Bounce Or Rally?

March 2011
Emerging Markets Monitor;3/28/2011, Vol. 17 Issue 1, p14
Country Report
The article looks at the state of Latin American equities in 2011. Mexican equities have improved in the latest trading, with the benchmark IPC index growing by 2.8 percent. Peruvian equities have also been enhanced as its IGRA equity index grow by 8.6 percent from March 21 to 23, 2011. Brazil has not made any changes to its equity performance, although BOVESPA has got away from its equity resistance at 68,200 to reach the 70,500 level.


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