# Aberdeen Latin America Equity Fund, Inc. (NYSE MKT: LAQ)
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At close Dec 18, 2014

Market Price$22.74

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Aberdeen Latin America Equity Fund, Inc. (NYSE MKT: LAQ)

Investment Objective

The Fund seeks long-term capital appreciation by investing primarily in Latin American equity securities.

For more detailed information on the specific risks associated with this fund, please view the Important Risk Considerations tab.

Investment Policies

It is the policy of the Fund to invest its assets in Latin American equity securities. For these purposes, “Latin American equity securities” are equity securities of companies organized in a country in Latin America or for which the principal trading market is in Latin America.

The information contained above provides only a brief summary description of the Fund's investment objective and investment policies.

Fund Manager Interview

Fund Manager Interview

Fiona Manning, Senior Investment Manager on the Global Emerging Market Equities team at Aberdeen, discusses Latin America and explains why this region provides a wealth of interesting investment opportunities.

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Why Latin American Equity

Why Latin American Equity

In this installment of our “Reasons Why” series, learn about why we believe Latin American equities are an asset class with a promising future and discover how Aberdeen is positioned to potentially take advantage of this bourgeoning region.

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Fund Managers’ Monthly Report

October 2014

  • Latin American equities fell in September, owing to concerns about a sooner-than-expected U.S. interest rate hike and weak Chinese industrial activity.
  • Brazil’s stock market continued to be steered by the upcoming presidential elections: investor sentiment soured after polls showed that incumbent Dilma Rousseff regained her lead from her opponent, Marina Silva. After the month-end, the pro-business candidate Aecio Neves unexpectedly rode a late surge of support to gain over 33% of the votes in the first round of polling, leaving Marina Silva in distant third. Neves will face Rousseff in the October 26 run-off.
  • In its 2015 budget, the Chilean government outlined plans to support growth by increasing its spending on infrastructure and education, while the central bank reduced the benchmark rate to 3.25% to counter moderating domestic consumption.
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