Emerging markets = Investors’ Achilles heel

emerging markets are investor's Achilles heel those days

The increase in uncertainty in emerging countries has somehow impacted the European equities indexes. The more cyclical sectors and companies with large EM exposure have been hit the hardest.

Also, Afi experts note the “certain punishment of credit and currencies differentials over the past few days, may be due to weak points in the US as the Fed is about to tighten its monetary policy.”


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