Nuclear Korean Crisis No Deterrent As Emerging Markets See Massive InflowsMark Melin
North Korea nuclear crisis? China making aggressive threats in the South China Sea and the economy slowing down? No worries, say investors, who have been pouring money into emerging markets in the region. Global Emerging Markets (GEM) ex onshore are seeing continued major asset inflows at a time when the US is seeing net redemptions, a JPMorgan report highlighted. The flood of assets towards emerging markets isn’t a new trend – in fact, the Emerging market inflows trend has been chugging along for 24 weeks now. The move comes . . .
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