Emerging markets have the hiccups


Emerging markets have the hiccups

Although a series of emerging market crises is unlikely, it's reasonable to expect continued pressure on currencies, falling asset prices, weaker growth and even recessions over the next couple of years in many emerging markets.

Economic Analysis

18 February 2014

Investors are moving out of many emerging markets, prompting falls in currencies

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