Penny Roger$ Saturday, 02/25/12 06:34:40 AM Re: None Post # of 49 Banco Latinoamericano de Comercio Exterior, S.A. (the Bank or Bladex) is a supranational bank established by central banks of Latin American and Caribbean countries to promote trade finance in Latin America and the Caribbean (the Region). The Bank is engaged in providing trade financing to selected commercial banks and corporations in the Region. The Bank’s lending and investing activities are funded by interbank deposits, primarily from central banks and financial institutions in the Region, by borrowings from international commercial banks and by sales of the Bank’s debt securities to financial institutions and investors in Asia, Europe, North America and the Region. The Bank does not provide retail banking services to the general public, such as retail savings accounts or checking accounts, and does not take retail deposits. The Bank operates through three business units: The Commercial Division, The Treasury Division and The Asset Management Division. http://www.google.com/finance?q=BLX My stuff http://investorshub.advfn.com/boards/read_msg.aspx?message_id=64797507 Never, invest with money you need to survive. Diversify, patience, set tight stops. $20 or less in commission fees is almost always cheaper than a 5-40%+ drop in share value.