There's been no let-up in the drubbing in emerging markets, with Turkey, India, Russia and Brazil under renewed pressure this week.
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Worries about U.S. military intervention in Syria have only encouraged investors to pile out of risky assets, exacerbating the outflow of cash from emerging markets which have been hurt by talk of an unwinding in U.S. monetary stimulus.
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