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Why Emerging Markets Will Soar in Q4

Emerging Markets have had a lousy 2013.

The threat of tapering by the U.S. Federal Reserve, the biggest emerging-market currency sell-off in five years and improving prospects for the developed markets of the United States and Europe have made emerging markets the red-headed step child among investors.

Emerging-market bond funds have seen 14 straight weeks of outflows, with investors withdrawing $4.56 billion in August alone, according to EPFR Global. Emerging market equity funds have hardly fared better.

But here’s the thing about emerging markets.

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Nicolas A. Vardy is the London-based International Economics Correspondent for Human Events.

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Why Emerging Markets Will Soar in Q4

Emerging Markets have had a lousy 2013.

The threat of tapering by the U.S. Federal Reserve, the biggest emerging-market currency sell-off in five years and improving prospects for the developed markets of the United States and Europe have made emerging markets the red-headed step child among investors.

Emerging-market bond funds have seen 14 straight weeks of outflows, with investors withdrawing $4.56 billion in August alone, according to EPFR Global. Emerging market equity funds have hardly fared better.

But here’s the thing about emerging markets.

To read the rest of this article, click here now.

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