Lira tumbles most since 2001 as Turkey grapples to stem rout
Chinese, Taiwanese and Philippine trade data for July will indicate if the trade tension is starting to weigh on regional exports.
How Low Can They Go? Emerging-Market Currencies Near a Key Level
Implied volatility on emerging-market currencies has surged and is close to its highest level in over a year.
Turkish Lira Slumps as U.S. Threatens ‘Significant’ Sanctions
The People’s Bank of China last week fixed the currency past 6.7 per dollar for the first time in almost a year.
The estimated price-earnings ratio for the MSCI Emerging Markets Index has fallen to lowest levels since early 2016.
Mexico Investors Wait for More Lopez Obrador Words With Caution
Fate of Trade Tiff Weighs on Emerging Markets as Mexico Votes
BofA Expects Short-Lived Emerging-Market Rally in a Few Months
A dark quarter for emerging-market bulls is nearing an end, but things may not be much brighter down the road.
Emerging Markets on ‘Tenterhooks’ as Chinese Selloff Deepens
Mexico ETF Takes in Cash as Stronger Peso Pushes Shorts to Cover
EM Dollar Debt Attracts Buyers After Trader Dumps Local Bond ETF
A Trader Just Sold $321 Million of an EM Local-Currency Bond ETF
Emerging Market Rout Tests Brazil Central Bank on Rate Decision
Brazil’s U.S. Bond Buying Makes It a Top Contender Beyond Soccer
Mexican Peso Indicator Shows Weakness Ahead as Election Looms
Investors Yanking Cash From EM ETFs See Little Reason to Return
Brazil's Real Latest Beneficiary of Defensive EM Central Banks
Emerging markets are showing resilience going into the final week of May, thanks to the dollar’s recent pause.