Emerging market debt manageable, says IIF

New types of securities, particularly derivatives, have contributed to making emerging market debt more manageable than ever before, according to the Washington-based Institute of International Finance (IIF).

In its report, Capital Flows to Emerging Market Economies, the IIF says an increasing number of institutional investors, such as pension funds and hedge funds, are now helping to support emerging market economies. But it cautions that greater numbers of non-traditional participants

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