China's most international bank shifts its focus back home to recover losses from earlier subprime exposure.
Brazil, Russia, India and China country equity funds all posted outflows during the week ending November 4, while diversified funds saw modest inflows.
Investor flows to Taiwan funds accelerated last week, while funds took a closer look at Russian equities.
Flows to Taiwan funds have seen a recent resurgence, while investor interest in China remains morose.
Investors hesitate on China as they continue to question the sustainability of economic growth in upcoming quarters.
Is the hot money that flowed into China in Q2 ready to depart now that the US economy shows signs of recovery?
Too many investors are preoccupied with short-term market fluctuations. But with earnings in certain sectors promising to stay robust into 2010, some stocks are still fundamentally attractive.
China has recovered its poise and funds are prepared to trust once more.
Hopes that an International Board for foreign companies may be launched on the Shanghai Stock Exchange are examined in the cold light of the law.
Taiwan funds have been posting outflows for seven out of the last 10 weeks.
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