Chinese, Taiwanese and Philippine trade data for July will indicate if the trade tension is starting to weigh on regional exports.
The People’s Bank of China last week fixed the currency past 6.7 per dollar for the first time in almost a year.
This top fund manager is predicting the sell-off in emerging market debt still has more legs.
An increase in volatility from the escalation of trade tensions would be an opportunity to invest.
Emerging-markets have shown signs of stability after equities, currencies suffered their worst quarters since 2015.
Emerging-markets have become trickier to navigate as investors brace for out-sized volatility.
The end of cheap money will cause a crunch, says veteran investor.
Indonesia, India and the Philippines have higher odds to raise rates further to keep pace with the Fed’s tightening.
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