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Investors added $936 million to U.S. exchange-traded funds that buy emerging-market stocks and bonds, erasing two weeks of losses.
Deposits into emerging-market ETFs that invest across developing nations as well as those that target specific countries totaled $936 million in the week ended Oct. 9, compared with withdrawals of $828 million over the two previous periods, according to data compiled by Bloomberg. Stock funds collected $982.4 million and bond funds declined by $46.4 million.
The MSCI Emerging Markets Index advanced 6.9 percent in the week, the most since the week ended Dec. 2, 2011. A measure of developing-nation currencies rose the most in 17 years.
Here is a chart of VWO the overall Emerging Markets ETF