Emerging Market Turmoil

Emerging markets are taking a battering as investors withdraw at the prospect of higher global interest rates, exposing their economic and political weaknesses

Outflows from EM funds accelerate

Emerging Asian equities bear brunt of withdrawals


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The prospect of higher US rates is putting EMs under renewed pressure
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DM stocks no longer the path to EM growth

Fund managers are adjusting weightings as valuations become appealing

Emerging currencies steadier after hitting 15-year lows

China market impact and falling commodities reverberate across globe

Smartphones and China banks key to EM exposure

Active fund managers trying to navigate the bad headlines may still be torpedoed by passive funds

Retail slump in EM commodity exporters

Impact of collapse in export earnings feeds through to consumers

Emerging market unemployment increases

Brazil and Russia lead rise, while joblessness falls in west

Latin American currencies feel more pain

Commodities weakness pushes region further from investors’ favour

FUYANG, CHINA - JULY 07: (CHINA OUT) Investors observe the stock market at a stock exchange hall on July 7, 2015 in Fuyang, Anhui Province of China. Chinese shares rebounded to 3,700 points from 3585 points on Tuesday, while by the end of Tuesday's close, the benchmark Shanghai Composite Index dropped 47.72 points, or 1.26 percent, to close at 3728.19 points. The Shenzhen Component Index slid 700.17 points, or 5.80 percent, to 11375.60 points. (Photo by ChinaFotoPress/ChinaFotoPress via Getty Images)

Emerging currencies in line of fire

China displaces Greece as main cause for concern

Mexican peso hits record low — what now?

Strategists take opposing views on currency’s next move

Doubts cast over fall in EM reserves

StanChart data suggest central banks are not selling assets to prop up currencies

Debt clouds hang heavy over emerging Asia

Export route to economic growth also blocked as world trade slows

Emerging world needs right kind of FDI

Rise of cross-border deals masks a lack of greenfield investment

EM flows reveal fear of the Fed

Flows fall on monthly basis and turn negative on weekly basis as Fed lift-off approaches

FDI to emerging markets falls in Q1

India is top destination with near tripling of capex as other countries fall behind

EM funds suffer biggest outflow in 7 years

Chinese equities hardest hit as investors withdraw $7.1bn in 4 days

Emerging market bond sell-off gathers pace

Monthly outflow of $4.4bn is largest since ‘taper tantrum’

EM trade slide reveals deep frailties

Slowing China hits EM trade

Capital flows to EM seen at post-2009 low

Investors put off by sluggish growth and rising US rates

Fischer says EMs can weather US rate rise

Fed policy maker speaks amid angst over global repercussions

FDI underlines divergence in EM growth

Asia outperforms; individual countries see large gains and losses

Emerging markets braced for Fed acid test

First rate increase in nearly a decade by the Federal Reserve would shake up central banks

EM investors withdraw up to $15bn in May

Outflows so far this month provoked by ‘bond tantrum’ says IIF

EMs v the Fed: India wins, Brazil loses

Things have changed since the taper tantrum of 2013, for better and worse

EM growth slowest in six years, says IIF

Real activity and business surveys lead downturn, though financial indicators show room for recovery

EM outflows soar in past three quarters

Exodus of funds indicates fragile confidence in some of the largest developing economies

Fed pause gives emerging markets respite

US central bank’s decision on interest rate rise may change the shape of the global recovery

EM bank lending conditions worsen

Demand for credit plunges across regions and across sectors

Are emerging market stocks cheap?

EM stock valuations lag DM valuations by the most in a decade, suggesting they are undervalued

EMs turn local as dollar rally pauses

Differentiation is key again but liquidity shortage is accentuating currency movements

EMs will struggle with secular stagnation

Policy makers have few options as they try to raise productivity, says Alan Beattie