U.S. Investment capital shows a preference for North American equity markets in November
YOUNG MONEY Staff
14 November 2011
Emerging Asian markets were the second-largest destination for funds coming from these investors, according to the media outlet. Inflows into this region increased by 0.3 percent from the same time last year. Most of this influx went to China.
Latin American equity markets were the third-largest destination for U.S. investment funds, the media outlet reports. Inflows for this region rose 0.2 percent from the previous year, with most of this funding going to Brazil.
Although many developing markets offer lower labor costs and reduced costs in the form of regulation, one major factor that draws investment to the U.S. in political stability. The U.S. also houses the headquarters for more Fortune 500 firms than any other country in the world.
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