Emerging Markets Set for First Annual Net Outflow in 27 Years

  • Brazil, Turkey most at risk amid weak FX, political turmoil
  • No catalyst for investors to reenter EM as risks remain high

Capital outflows from emerging markets are on track to exceed inflows this year for the first time since 1988 amid concern that a slowdown in China, a currency selloff and higher interest rates in the U.S. will make riskier assets less attractive.

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