Money Flows to Emerging World at Pace Unseen Since Taper TantrumBy
Developing-nation funds post $6.5 billion weekly inflow
Inflows to emerging markets to keep recovering, IIF says
Capital inflows to emerging markets are growing at the fastest pace in three years as increasing odds that U.S. interest rates will remain lower for longer and stimulus measures from central banks in Europe and Japan make riskier assets more attractive.
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