Inflows into emerging markets continued unabated last week before a global selloff that started on Friday. Investors poured money into exchange-traded funds that buy developing-nation stocks and bonds for a 15th straight week, bringing the total to above $20 billion. Appetite for emerging-country debt has been supported by central bank stimulus measures, which pushed down yields in advanced economies and boosted demand for riskier assets.
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