Broad measures reveal a marked outflow of funds from emerging markets and into U.S. shares this year. A Bloomberg report reveals $95 billion flowing into U.S. exchange-traded funds and $8.4 billion leaving ETFs in developing nations. "The U.S. is seen as the most stable economy at the moment, and the equity market is viewed as having better prospects than the rest of the world," said James Gaul, a Boston Advisors fund manager.

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