South Korea and Indonesia cut rates as the Fed opens door to EM easing.
Racing A Thunderstorm: Indonesia’s Fifth Rate Hike Since May Underscores EM Fed Angst
Well, you can’t say they aren’t trying.
Battered And Bruised After Rough Month, Emerging Markets Warily Eye The Road Ahead
The pain was widespread.
For Indonesia, It’s Back To 1998 As ‘Nobody Wants To Mess With Uncertainties’
“Fundamentals mean very little at this stage”.
There’s Only One Kind Of Umbrella For This Perfect Storm
It’s raining, it’s pouring…
Blood In The Water: Here’s Why The Emerging Market Rout Is Dangerous
Wednesday is a disconcerting day for emerging markets.Â
Emerging Market Crisis Beckons As Currencies Shudder Amid Lira Drop
Turkey’s woes are not any semblance of “contained”.
Turkish Delight: Full Week Ahead Preview
Pray for Turkey.
I Know You Want To, But Don’t Ignore This Out-Of-Cycle Wednesday Rate Hike
Lost in the shuffle, but perhaps unjustifiably so.
‘We Might Have To Cut ‘Em Loose’: There Are Worse Things In The World Than An Emerging Market Rout, Right?
“I gotcha, I gotcha … oops.”
When “selections” become “choices” again, we have to decide whether that’s ultimately a “bad” turn of events or whether it’s just an inevitable (and ultimately desirable) consequence of a return to two-way markets.Â