Category Archives: Emerging Markets

The Gathering Storm In The Treasury Market 2.0

Here it is, folks,  the final product. It is a beast.  One famous blogger said of it, “This post is so big, you can see it from space.” We hope you take the time to give it a thorough read.  … Continue reading

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The Gathering Storm In The Treasury Market

Summary Our analysis provides kind of a Grand Unified Theory (GUT) of what is currently taking place in global financial markets The massive borrowing by the U.S. Treasury is crowding out emerging markets capital flows The structural factors that have kept long-term … Continue reading

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Asian markets versus other developing economies – FT

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“Yield-to-Death”: Tepper’s First EM Investment

“What is the yield-to-death?” Those words spoken by the legendary hedge fund king, and new owner of the Carolina Panthers, David Tepper, to my salesperson in 1993 when we were trying to convince him to buy a chunk of Peruvian … Continue reading

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The moment ‘Brazil’s Donald Trump’ is stabbed at election rally

RARELY has the aphorism “what doesn’t kill you makes you stronger” been more apt… Doctors said Mr Bolsonaro will be hospitalised for at least a week. But with a month left before the first round of the election on October … Continue reading

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Checking In On The Indicator Species

How are the indicator species of the global monetary ecosystem doing? Emerging markets and commodities are the first to feel the impact of tighter global liquidity.  – GMM, “Feels Like 1997,”  August 15th Charlie, once again, hits it out of the … Continue reading

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EM Debt Flows

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Other Fowl Plays In The Emerging Markets

Fowl Play? The Twisted Linguistics of Turkey American turkeys and African guinea fowl, victims of Portuguese vagary, became inextricably mixed. Today the geographically garbled turkey is known as dinde (from poule d’Inde or chicken of India) in France, kalkoen (from Calicut hen) in the Netherlands, and indjushka (Indian … Continue reading

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Pakistan election: Challenges over economy and legitimacy

FT South Asia correspondent Kiran Stacey looks at the challenges facing the victor of Pakistan’s election, Imran Khan, over his legitimacy following vote-rigging claims and an economic crisis that could lead to an IMF bailout. ► Subscribe to FT.com here: … Continue reading

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