Fortunes improving for emerging markets ETPs, says BlackRock

Redemptions of equity ETPs fell to $1.8 billion in March

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A disappointing run for emerging markets (EM) may have turned a corner, with redemptions of equity EM exchange-traded products (ETPs) dropping to $1.8 billion in March and finishing the month with six consecutive days of inflows across both broad-based and single country funds, according to research from BlackRock. Globally, ETPs attracted net inflows of $12.9 billion, with fixed-income outflows of $3.2 billion being offset by equity inflows of $15.4 billion. Japanese equity ETPs posted outflows

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