Emerging-market funds accounted for the bulk of worldwide equity-fund inflows last week, as investors reacted to expected dollar weakness, according to EPFR Global.
Mutual funds of global bonds, emerging-market equities and commodities enjoyed strong inflows in November.
Equity funds worldwide post a net outflow of $3.33 billion in the week ending August 19, according to data from Massachusetts-based EPFR Global.
Data from EPFR Global shows an increased appetite for diversified and developed markets.
EPFR Global attributes the strong inflows to corporate earnings and macroeconomic trends.
Investors pull back from emerging market funds and reassess whether there is truly cause to be optimistic on the global economic front.