Emerging Market Bond Outflows Worst Since 2011: 5 Main Reasons

Emerging market fund flows have suffered their worst week since 2011, as investors fear a correction arising from the tapering of the U.S.’s Quantitative Easing program.

During the week ending June 12, there were net redemptions of US$6.4bn in EM. Redemptions are four times 12 month average. Total net redemption in the last three weeks came in at US$15bn. YTD the . . .


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