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BRLA Insider Trading (BlackRock Latin American Investment Trust)

Insider Ownership Percentage: N/A
Insider Buying (Last 12 Months): £9,940.15
Insider Selling (Last 12 Months): GBX 0

BlackRock Latin American Investment Trust Insider Trading History Chart

This chart shows the insider buying and selling history at BlackRock Latin American Investment Trust by year and by quarter.

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BlackRock Latin American Investment Trust Share Price & Price History

Current Price: GBX 360.12
Price Change: Price Increase of +5.12 (1.44%)
As of 07/1/2022 11:08 AM ET

This chart shows the closing price history over time for BRLA up to the past year.

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BlackRock Latin American Investment Trust Insider Trading History

Transaction DateInsider NameTitleBuy/SellNumber of SharesAverage Share PriceTotal TransactionShares Held After TransactionDetails
12/30/2021Laurie MeisterInsiderBuy2,915GBX 341£9,940.15
3/29/2021Craig ClelandInsiderBuy5,000GBX 370£18,500
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SEC Filings (Institutional Ownership Changes) for BlackRock Latin American Investment Trust (LON:BRLA)

BlackRock Latin American Investment Trust plc is a closed ended equity mutual fund launched by BlackRock Fund Managers Limited. The fund is managed by BlackRock Investment Management (UK) Limited. It invests in public equity markets of Latin America. The fund invests in stocks of companies operating across diversified sectors. The fund invests in value stocks of companies across all market capitalizations. It employs fundamental analysis with top-down and bottom-up stock picking approach focusing on factors like company's good governance records, good earnings growth prospects over several years ahead, and strong balance sheets and cash flow generation to create its portfolio. The fund benchmarks the performance of its portfolio against the MSCI Latin EM America Index. It was formerly known as the Merrill Lynch Latin American Investment Trust plc. BlackRock Latin American Investment Trust plc was formed in July 1990 and is domiciled in the United Kingdom.
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Today's Range

Now: GBX 360.12
Low: 357.71
High: 360.12

50 Day Range

MA: GBX 396.47
Low: 355
High: 449

52 Week Range

Now: GBX 360.12
Low: 310
High: 457

Volume

575 shs

Average Volume

64,878 shs

Market Capitalization

£141.38 million

P/E Ratio

N/A

Dividend Yield

5.91%

Beta

N/A

Who are the company insiders with the largest holdings of BlackRock Latin American Investment Trust?

BlackRock Latin American Investment Trust's top insider investors include:
  1. Craig Cleland (Insider)
  2. Laurie Meister (Insider)
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What’s the highest-yielding stock you’ve ever owned? The dividends for these stocks have risen so fast over the years that they’re now yielding us an average of 26%!

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