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Funds Flow Back Into Emerging Markets

Funds Flow Back Into Emerging Markets: India stocks benefit the most

Capital has started to stream back into emerging markets, a growing sign that investors are regaining confidence in the sector. Bloomberg last reported that investors added US $936 million to exchange-traded funds that buy emerging market stocks and bonds. A closer look at the data showed that India was the most attractive nation, accounting for US $150 million or 16 percent of the total inflows. This increased buying has boosted the S&P BSE SENSEX Index, which is up 2.64 percent month-to-date and 8.66 percent year-to-date.1

1 Morningstar Direct data in CDN terms, as at October 22, 2015. http://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2015-10-12/emerging-market-etf-inflows-near-1-billion-wipe-out-2-week-loss

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