The S&P Latin America ADR Index is designed to provide efficient, tradeable exposure to the Latin American equity market. The index is drawn from the S&P Latin American BMI and includes 25 leading companies from Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Mexico and Peru that offer ADRs or have global or ordinary share listings on one of the primary U.S. exchanges.
-56.71 -1.75% ▼
The S&P Latin America 40 includes 40 leading, blue-chip companies that capture approximately 70% of the region's total market capitalization.
4.57 0.47% ▲
The S&P Colombia Select Index is designed to provide exposure to the largest and most liquid stocks domiciled in Colombia. The index uses a modified ...
-2.43 -0.40% ▼
The S&P MILA Andean 40 is designed to measure the performance of the 40 largest and most liquid stocks in the Andean region (Chile, Colombia, and Peru...
-39.44 -0.81% ▼
The S&P MILA Pacific Alliance Select is designed to measure the performance of the largest, most liquid companies in the Pacific Alliance region, ...
-4.31 -1.56% ▼
The S&P Latin America BMI is a subset of the S&P Global BMI.
For Index Committee membership, including the chairperson and key contacts, please refer to the methodology.