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iShares MSCI Peru ETF: A Hazy Outlook

Aug. 02, 2021 1:16 PM ETiShares MSCI Peru ETF (EPU)BAP, SCCO3 Comments
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  • It is difficult to say if the Peruvian president Castillo will be influenced by the hardcore leftist PM or the more moderate FM.
  • EPU’s top two holdings that jointly account for almost half the portfolio remain particularly vulnerable under the current regulatory regime.
  • Valuations of EPU are quite reasonable and the risk-reward looks attractive, but the charts are yet to show any signs of bottoming out.
Machu Picchu illuminated by the warm sunset light. Wide angle view from the terraces above with scenic sky and sun burst. Dreamlike travel destination, world wonder. Cusco Region, Peru.
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Brief profile of iShares MSCI Peru ETF

Investors looking for access to one of the fastest-growing markets in Latin America may consider the iShares MSCI Peru ETF (NYSEARCA:EPU) that covers 24 Peruvian equities. Unlike most regional-focussed ETFs that typically

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