Data from the Institute of International Finance showed today, Tuesday, that emerging market stocks and bonds registered net inflows of about $ 31.2 billion in February, although the rise in US interest rates led to a slowdown last week.
The value of $ 31.2 billion was the lowest monthly figure since August, and compared to net inflows of $ 52.5 billion in January.
According to the Institute of International Finance, non-resident portfolio flows to emerging equity markets reached $ 8.4 billion last month, while debt instruments attracted $ 22.8 billion.
The share of Chinese stocks was 7.8 billion dollars, or 93% of total stock flows.
In terms of bonds, total flows to China reached $ 9.3 billion, the lowest level in 10 months, while the rest of emerging markets attracted $ 13.5 billion, just above the average of $ 12.1 billion over the previous year.
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