Brazil ETF Overview

Brazil ETFs provide exposure to different parts of the Brazil economy. Some ETFs focus on Brazil equities, the Brazilian real currency or even subsegments such as small- or midcap equities.

With 9 ETFs traded in the U.S. markets, Brazil ETFs gather total assets under management of $7.44B. The average expense ratio is 0.72%. Brazil ETFs can be found in the following asset classes:

  • Equity
  • Currency

The largest Brazil ETF is the iShares MSCI Brazil ETF EWZ with $7.16B in assets. In the last trailing year, the best performing Brazil ETF was the FBZ at 5.92%. The most-recent ETF launched in the Brazil space was the Franklin FTSE Brazil ETF FLBR in 11/03/17.

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Rally In Brazil ETFs Goes On

These funds continue to ride high on prospects of a new, market-friendly government.

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Outcome of country’s presidential election helped push Brazil equity ETFs higher. 

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Worst Performing ETFs Of The Year

Losses for the worst performers ranged from 22% to more than 90%.

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 Countries In Review: October 2018

More than half of country ETFs fell in August.

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Emerging Markets ETFs: Value Or Trap?

Recent market action and asset flows paint a cloudy picture.

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 Countries In Review: September 2018

Most country ETFs landed in positive territory in July.

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Behind Turkey ETF's Mega Volume

iShares' single-country fund 'TUR' sees explosive trading as the Turkish economic crisis unfolds.

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Worst Performing Single Country ETFs

Some single-country ETFs such as the Turkey fund are down as much as 55% this year alone.