Capital Econ: Emerging Markets And The World Will Do Just Fine As Central Banks Raise RatesMark Melin
As central banks around the world begin to reduce their balance sheet heft, the question rumbles around: what type of downstream impact might the reduction of quantitative stimulus have on emerging market assets? After all, the reach for yield is global and the rules of supply and demand don’t change when traversing arbitrary sovereign borders.
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