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IIF sees drop in capital flows to emerging economies

Private capital flows to emerging economies are poised to slow significantly next year after taking a hit from US plans to taper monetary stimulus, according to a report released Monday. The Institute of International Finance, representing the world's largest banks, said that global economic and financial conditions have become less supportive of capital inflows to emerging-market economies.

New money flows into emerging markets on the way -IIF

By Carolyn Cohn LONDON, Jan 22 (Reuters) - Private investors are set to pour more money into emerging market countries this year as their economies grow strongly and interest rates in developed markets remain low, a global banking group said on Tuesday. Europe's emerging east is expected to benefit if the euro zone debt crisis continues to ease, after inflows slowed last year, the Institute of International Finance said.
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