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September 2015 EM Coincident Indicator

EM Growth Stays Soft in Q3 ' The IIF EM Coincident Indicator signaled real EM GDP growth of 2.9% 3m/3m, saar in September, down by 0.1pp relative to

October 2015 Portfolio Allocation Trends

Fund Investors Slash Exposure to Emerging Markets '– ' As bad as the 2013 "taper tantrum": Our preferred measure of valuation-adjusted portfolio allo

October 2015 Policy Letter to the IMFC

Ahead of the IMF/World Bank Annual Meetings and the October 2015 G20 Summit, IIF President and CEO Tim Adams outlined the IIF's priorities for the com

Argentina: An Unpleasant Fiscal Legacy

The bedrock of policy corrections must be putting fiscal policy on a sustainable path after years of increased public spend

Capital Markets Monitor: The 'D-Words”-Deflation and Debt

The smaller-than-expected increase in U.S. non-farm payrolls in September, coupled with disappointing wage growth (Chart 2), has fed into growing conc

Joint Associations Response to CPMI-IOSCO Harmonization of UTI Consultation

The IIF, together with the International Swaps and Derivatives Association, The Investment Association, and the Securities Industry and Financial Mark

Joint Associations' response to the CVA consultation by the Basel Committee

The IIF, together with ISDA and GFMA, submitted a response to the Basel Committee's consultative document on the Review of the Credit Valuation Adjust

October 2015 Capital Flows to Emerging Markets

Capital flows to emerging markets have weakened sharply in recent months. We project 2015 non-resident capital inflows to fall below 2008 levels. With

Weekly Insight: Looking for a New Leaf

Markets hope for better in Q4 German growth prospects-running out of diesel? EM capital flows-deepening drought EM corporate leverage continues to cli

Ghana: Recovering From The Storm

After a turbulent few years that saw the exchange rate depreciate sharply, inflation surge, interest rates hiked and growth slow, Ghana appears to be



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