Emerging markets shrug off growth fears — for now
The Federal Reserve is losing confidence in the US economy, global economic growth is flagging and Treasury yields are staggeringly low. Emerging market assets, meanwhile, are full of beans, as low rates and healthy risk appetite provide a magic combination for EM companies looking to raise capital. But the Fed is worried for a reason: there’s trouble ahead, write Lewis McLellan and Sam Kerr.
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