In the Margins

Investors flee emerging markets

October 6, 2015

By Reuters

Investors are fleeing emerging markets this year for the first time in 27 years, and few global investors are looking to return to equities, currencies or bonds in those markets. What's driving this activity are fears of tighter U.S. credit and a rising U.S. dollar alongside a commodity collapse accompanying a secular slowdown of China's economic growth. Read the original story from Reuters.  

 

 

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