|Bid||526.17 x 800|
|Ask||535.25 x 900|
|Day's range||516.49 - 528.29|
|52-week range||450.00 - 572.50|
|Beta (5Y monthly)||1.11|
|PE ratio (TTM)||44.05|
|Earnings date||29 Jan 2024 - 02 Feb 2024|
|Forward dividend & yield||5.52 (1.05%)|
|Ex-dividend date||08 Nov 2023|
|1y target est||549.93|
* Chile's economic activity index up 0.3% in October * Mexico ETF posts strongest monthly inflows since 2016 * Brazil set to maintain current rate cut pace - central bank director * Latam stocks up 1.3%, FX up 1% (Updated at 3pm ET/2000 GMT) By Johann M Cherian Dec 1 (Reuters) - Most Latin American stocks and currencies jumped on Friday, kickstarting December on strong footing as investors ramped up bets that a likely dovish policy tilt from the Federal Reserve would boost risk assets. Traders added to bets on a March 2024 start to Fed rate cuts after Chair Jerome Powell said in closely watched remarks that rate hikes were achieving what was hoped, though he vowed to move "carefully."
South Korea's vice regulator chief said on Friday winning a developed-market status in global index provider MSCI Inc's indexes is not the government's primary goal as weeding out illegal practices in short-selling is more important. South Korea on Nov. 5 said it is banning stock short-selling until June 2024 to improve rules and systems, inviting criticism that it will make the market less transparent and reduce liquidity at a time when the government is working to convince MSCI to promote South Korea from an emerging to a developed market in its next annual market classification review.
* Brazil set to join OPEC+ group from January * Embraer climbs on new order worth $2.1 billion * EM assets broadly rise in November * Latam Stocks up 0.4%, FX down 0.8% on day (Updated at 3 p.m. ET/2000 GMT) By Johann M Cherian and Lisa Pauline Mattackal Nov 30 (Reuters) - Strength in the U.S. dollar dented most Latin American currencies on Thursday, but broader indexes tracking currencies and equities in the region were on track for strong monthly gains as investors refocused on riskier assets. MSCI's index tracking Latin American stocks rose 0.4% and is set to end the month over 12% higher, its best month since November 2020. MSCI's basket of South American currencies fell 0.8% on the day as the dollar staged a broad-based recovery on month-end buying.