(Bloomberg) -- Exchange-traded funds focused on Brazil attracted their biggest inflows yesterday in 10 months following a 15% rally in the country’s Ibovespa benchmark index from a five-year low in March.

The U.S.-based iShares MSCI Brazil Capped ETF attracted $212 million yesterday while the Brazil-based iShares Ibovespa lured 162 million reais ($72.7 million), data compiled by Bloomberg show. On a combined basis, the two funds had suffered $514 million of outflows in the year to date.

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