Emerging Markets Are Often Bad in August, But Rarely This Bad
An electronic stock board at a securities brokerage in Shanghai, China. (Photographer: Qilai Shen/Bloomberg)

Emerging Markets Are Often Bad in August, But Rarely This Bad

(Bloomberg) -- Argentina imploded. Beijing let the yuan slip to the lowest in at least a decade. Global central banks signaled they’re spooked about slowing growth by rushing to cut rates. By almos...
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