Brazil: 48.5 billion (+87 percent)
Mexico: 17.7 billion (+17 percent)
Chile: 15.1 billion (+17 percent)
Peru: 7.3 billion (+31 percent)
Columbia: 6.7 billion (-5 percent)
Source: Comisión Económica para América Latina (CEPAL)
Here is a list of the best yielding American Depositary Receipts (ADRs) of Latin American stocks:
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The average P/E ratio of the best yielding Latin America stocks is 16.21 while the average dividend yield amounts to 7.17 percent. Price to book ratio is 4.51 and price to sales ratio 3.31.
Capital flows into South America were mainly invested in mining and agriculture. In Mexico and Central America, investments into the manufacturing sector dominating the capital allocation. The countries of South America have high occurrences of precious metals and large areas of low cost agricultural fields which were leased by China and Asian countries in order to satisfy their commodity needs. The north of Latin America is benefitting from free trade arrangements with the United States. Core investors are USA (17 percent of all FDI), China (9 percent of FDI), Canada and Spain (each 4 percent).
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