Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Blackrock Latin American Investment Trust Plc LSE:BRLA London Ordinary Share GB0005058408 ORD US$0.10
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -4.00 -1.06% 375.00 8,778 16:35:06
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
373.00 375.00 373.00 373.00 373.00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Equity Investment Instruments 6.29 5.21 11.86 34.0 147
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
16:35:06 UT 364 375.00 GBX

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Blackrock Latin American... Daily Update: Blackrock Latin American Investment Trust Plc is listed in the Equity Investment Instruments sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker BRLA. The last closing price for Blackrock Latin American... was 379p.
Blackrock Latin American Investment Trust Plc has a 4 week average price of 373p and a 12 week average price of 366p.
The 1 year high share price is 425p while the 1 year low share price is currently 297p.
There are currently 39,259,620 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 23,115 shares. The market capitalisation of Blackrock Latin American Investment Trust Plc is £147,223,575.
loganair: "a lack of exposure to Colombia detracted most on relative returns over the period." "we added to Grupo Mexico, the largest mining company in Mexico and one of the largest copper producers in the world, to increase our exposure to copper. We initiated a position in Rumo, a Brazilian logistic company, as we see low competition risk for the company, an opportunity for market share gain and an increasing profitability which will help boost earnings growth."
cerrito: I am not a holder at the moment but do keep my eye open. I read the update this morning and given what is going on in Brazil and especially Mexico rather surprised that the share price holding up so well...even if so far in April in the depreciating local currency the Bovespa is up 10pc.
strollingmolby: IC section this week on Brazil, featuring BRLA:
svetz: You should have received details of the tender offer in the post by now....price is 98% of the NAV on 30th March. Tender is for up to 5% of the company's shares. Can tender for more than your 5% but will only get more if other holders do not take up their full entitlement. Closing date is 3pm 19th March. I intend to tender for as many as possible then buy back at a lower price.
fundjockey: Riskblue I am still with BRLA despite its autumn price consolidation. Winter seems to have brought back some growth. What do you think about GPM Golden Promise Precious Metals-an IT on steroids? Listened to their enthusiastic and knowledgable manager and their performance is suberb. It's now also suitable for an ISA TREWSA The AIC site use the last NAV currently 777 for calculating Discount however has never been more than + or - 5% so irrelevant to me. More important to me is the long term capital growth. It could be bought for £1 in 2003 and its now worth nearly £8 The accepted wisdom with IT's is to buy in a bull market to take advantage of the gearing but sell when you think a correction is about to take place. They can't ungear easily as the money is borrowed. I did use to be a buy and hold investor but not any longer. FJ
fundjockey: Hi guys 6 posts in a year seems light for this IT. Is everyone buying ETR's now instead of IT's? I have held BRLA since July 2007 when it was sub £5 and see no reason to sell. It's just unexciting however keeps ticking up and hopefully can break through resistance at £6.70 Direct investment in shares seems to many to be more attractive but often market prices, overhangs or permit problems can severely affect single company share prices. For this reason I recently also bought into Templeton Emerging Markets Investment Trust however my timing has not been all that good and I am still down 5% Strange however it seems Investment Trusts seem to be a little out of favour compared to say 10 years ago. Buying ETR's seems very impersonal to me however I might be a bit old fashioned! FJ
tdoghouse: I've bought in today. Have taken a deliberate approach to investing in companies that have either direct or indirect exposure to Brazil, India and Far East - infact anywhere except the UK. Have added it to my holdings in SST and JII. A good long term investment for me - I think it's high probability to be higher in 5 years time compared to the FTSE All Share.
field3: Looking to invest in BRLA and Invesco Perpetual Latin America (which I have in the past) but just wary of the rise. I guess for long term investing this should not make too much a difference but feel there has to be a correction at some point.
washbrook: ----------------------------------------- 2 Stocks outperforming the market. BRLA=Blackrock Latin America I.T cyn=City Natural Resouces High Yield Trust ---------------------------------- CLICK GRAPH TO ENLARGE -------------------------------
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