Foreign capital inflows into EMs picked up sharply over the past month amidst improved investor risk appetite and a depreciating US dollar. But there are signs in the very latest data points that flows into both equity and bonds have eased a little. If this continues, it would be a particular concern for those EMs with large current account deficits such as Chile, Colombia, the Philippines and parts of Central and Eastern Europe.
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