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Quartz
Investors are buying emerging-market assets like they’re going out of style. Are they nuts?emerging-market bonds at a weekly pace 10 times greater than the average for th
Investors are buying emerging-market assets like they’re going out of style. Are they nuts?
Quartz / Posted 21 hours ago
emerging-market bonds at a weekly pace 10 times greater than the average for the first half of the year, according to the Institute of International Finance. The rally has paused this week, so it seems a good time for reflection. Namely, is this... Read more
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Market Watch
Fed’s Powell says central bank can be patient as it raises interest ratesJerome H. Powell, Board of Governors, Federal Reserve System, speaks at the Ins
Fed’s Powell says central bank can be patient as it raises interest rates
Market Watch / Posted yesterday
Jerome H. Powell, Board of Governors, Federal Reserve System, speaks at the Institute Of International Finance Annual Membership Meeting in Washington, D.C., U.S., on Thursday, Oct. 11, 2013. Photographer: Pete Marovich/Bloomberg The U.S. central... Read more
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Bangkok Post - Thailand's English news
Messy Brazil, foreign fortune-seekers' havenreturn to growth in 2017. "For Latin America, we need Brazil growing again," s
Messy Brazil, foreign fortune-seekers' haven
Bangkok Post - Thailand's English news / Posted yesterday
return to growth in 2017. "For Latin America, we need Brazil growing again," said Ramon Aracena, a chief economist at the Institute of International Finance, a global banking and investment association. "There is a lot of interconnection in the... Read more
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Market Watch
Investor love for emerging markets is more than a summer flingraised some concerns over valuations,” said Emre Tiftik, deputy director of the
Investor love for emerging markets is more than a summer fling
Market Watch / Posted 2 days ago
raised some concerns over valuations,” said Emre Tiftik, deputy director of the global capital markets department at the Institute of International Finance. But as of yet, he does not see any signs of overheating and believes emerging market... Read more
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Reuters
Emerging markets portfolio allocations highest since Aug. 2015: IIFlevel of representation in global mutual funds and ETFs in more than a year, a
Emerging markets portfolio allocations highest since Aug. 2015: IIF
Reuters / Posted 4 days ago
level of representation in global mutual funds and ETFs in more than a year, a recent survey found. A report from the Institute of International Finance showed the share of emerging markets assets in the portfolios of global mutual fund and... Read more
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Daily Herald
Q&A: Former Treasury official Collyns on China's currencyanymore. The Associated Press asked Charles Collyns, a former Treasury Departme
Q&A: Former Treasury official Collyns on China's currency
Daily Herald / Posted 6 days ago
anymore. The Associated Press asked Charles Collyns, a former Treasury Department official who is chief economist at the Institute of International Finance, to explain. Why aren't markets worried about the Chinese currency's latest... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Why Portfolio Investors Are Not Flocking to Nigeriagrowth, which for the most part has remained sluggish. We also observed that "
Why Portfolio Investors Are Not Flocking to Nigeria
AllAfrica.com / Posted 11 days ago
growth, which for the most part has remained sluggish. We also observed that "Yet in spite of those depreciations, the Institute of International Finance (IIF), an association of international bankers, recently released estimates of massive net... Read more
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Market Watch
China will let yuan weaken further as dollar rises, analysts say$64 billion in the second quarter this year from a record $226 billion in the t
China will let yuan weaken further as dollar rises, analysts say
Market Watch / Posted 16 days ago
$64 billion in the second quarter this year from a record $226 billion in the third quarter last year, according to the Institute of International Finance, a group tracking global investment flows. China’s foreign-exchange reserves were little... Read more
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The Tyee
How China’s Politics Are Screwing with Canadian Real Estate Marketsbank BNP Paribas estimates the number was about the same in 2014. Last year, h
How China’s Politics Are Screwing with Canadian Real Estate Markets
The Tyee / Posted 18 days ago
bank BNP Paribas estimates the number was about the same in 2014. Last year, however, the flood turned into a torrent. The Institute of International Finance, the association representing the global financial industry, calculates that just under... Read more
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CNBC
Secret meeting in Chinese beach town has experts watching and waitingcapacity in many old-economy sectors and high levels of corporate debt," said H
Secret meeting in Chinese beach town has experts watching and waiting
CNBC / Posted 22 days ago
capacity in many old-economy sectors and high levels of corporate debt," said Hung Tran, executive managing director at the Institute of International Finance. "Resolving these problems would help China rebalance its economy and put it on a more... Read more
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Business Standard India
A coup, terrorists and inflation, yet investors rush to Turkeymarkets. "And you really don't have to look too hard to find good stories with
A coup, terrorists and inflation, yet investors rush to Turkey
Business Standard India / Posted 22 days ago
markets. "And you really don't have to look too hard to find good stories with cheap valuations." According to the Institute of International Finance, a bank lobby that tracks global capital flows, about $25 billion poured into emerging... Read more
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Gulf News
Money flows to emerging markets at pace unseen since taper tantrumput $6.5 billion (Dh23.8 billion) to developing equity and debt funds in the se
Money flows to emerging markets at pace unseen since taper tantrum
Gulf News / Posted 28 days ago
put $6.5 billion (Dh23.8 billion) to developing equity and debt funds in the seven days through July 15, according to the Institute of International Finance based on the data from seven countries the agency tracks. It was the most since a $7.4... Read more
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Business Standard India
Foreign capital flow into EMs climbs to $25 billionan estimated $14.6 billion in inflows, while debt flows were more moderate at $
Foreign capital flow into EMs climbs to $25 billion
Business Standard India / Posted 30 days ago
an estimated $14.6 billion in inflows, while debt flows were more moderate at $10.2 billion, according to the report by the Institute of International Finance. Inflows were dominated by EM Asia, followed by Latin America, while EM Europe and Africa,... Read more

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