Capital flows into emerging markets fell to just $9bn in August
according to data from the Institute of International Finance.
That is down from a monthly average of $38bn between May and
|| Source: IIF
While emerging Europe, Africa and the Middle East had
outflows, flows to Latin America were positive, but at their
lowest since April, according to the data.
The IIF’s flows figures indicate non-resident
investments in emerging markets, and follow balance of
payments methodology. That differs from EPFR data, which
tracks flows into investment funds.