Emerging Markets Have Diverged: A Look At Attractive Countries
Now that emerging markets, especially those with current account deficits, have started to stumble due to concerns about the effects of tapering and rising US Treasury yields value, investors are looking for assets that got caught up in the panic and which may now be undervalued. Societe Generale analysts Paul Jackson and Ida Troussieux have tried to answer this question with a two pronged approach. First, they use five criteria to determine which emerging market countries present the most macro risk, then they . . .
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