So far, there are few indications that the world's central banks are about to change course anytime soon. On Tuesday, the Bank of Japan bowed to pressure from government to raise its inflation target â¿¿ a move that will likely mean it has to increase its money supply. Meanwhile, the European Central Bank and the Bank of England are both facing pressure to do more to help their ailing economies.In its report on investment flows into emerging markets, the IIF said most emerging market governments may have the foresight to avoid the pitfalls of boom and bust. However, it said investors and some governments may not be so careful, leading to unexpected losses and market turmoil.
Financial Lobby Group Warns On Emerging Markets
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