Emerging market debt more 'manageable', according to IIF

In its report, “Capital Flows to Emerging Market Economies”, the institute said an increasing number of institutional investors, such as pension and hedge funds, were now helping to support emerging market economies. But it cautioned that greater numbers of non-traditional participants combined with the widespread use of credit derivatives has “added new, complex elements to financial markets, which have not been fully tested in a severe market correction”.

The institute said total net private

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