Money Leaving Emerging Markets Faster Than Ever Amid China Slump

  • Investors pull $270b in 4th quarter as China lead outflows
  • EM ex-China had inflows in the quarter, Capital Economics said

Investors pulled more money from emerging markets in the three months through December than ever before as investors dumped riskier assets in China amid concern the country’s currency will weaken further, according to Capital Economics Ltd.

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