Mexico ETF Overview

Mexico ETFs invest in the equity of companies based in Mexico. One of the largest economies in Latin America, Mexico's economy exhibits growth potential of an emerging market. Several ETFs serve as a proxy to the Mexico stock market. The largest Mexico ETF is the iShares MSCI Mexico Capped ETF (EWW), with strong liquidity. Traders can also use the Deutsche X-trackers MSCI Mexico Hedged Equity (DBMX) as a currency-hedged Mexican ETF. 

With 4 ETFs traded in the U.S. markets, Mexico ETFs gather total assets under management of $806.21M. The average expense ratio is 0.61%. Mexico ETFs can be found in the following asset classes:

  • Equity

ETF Report

 Countries In Review: February 2019

Nigeria and Mexico outperformed during a bleak month.

ETF Report

 Countries In Review: December 2018

All but three country ETFs were in negative territory in October.

ETF Report

 Countries In Review: August 2018

Most country ETFs had it rough in June.

Features and News

Mexico ETFs Outperforming

Post-election, two Mexico equity ETFs have been the market's top one-month performers.

Features and News

Biggest Threats To Emerging Market ETFs

Is this a buying opportunity, or the start of a bear market?

Features and News

Value Hunting: Brazil Vs. Mexico

Investors are saying it’s time to take another look at Brazil equities.

ETF Report

 Countries In Review: June 2018

Emerging markets included the worst- and best-performing country funds.

Daily ETF Watch

Deutsche Closing 3 ETFs

Number of closures nearing 80 so far for 2018.

ETF Report

 Countries In Review

Country ETFs saw mostly negative returns, except for some bright spots in developing markets.