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- Exchange-traded funds that buy emerging market stocks and bonds recorded inflows for a 28th straight week.
- Last week, investors added another $486 million to U.S.-listed emerging market ETFs that invest across developing nations as well as those that target specific countries. This extends 2021 inflows to $25.2billion, according to data compiled by Bloomberg.
- Stock ETFs declined by $489.3 million.
- Bond funds fell by $2.95 million.
- China/Hong Kong had the biggest inflow, of $224.6 million, led by iShares MSCI China Large Cap.
- Interestingly, Chile had the biggest outflow, albeit a marginal $13.7million, following withdrawals from iShares MSCI Chile.
- The MSCI Emerging Markets Index closed down 3% from the previous week at 1,307.53 points.