Maria Elena Vizcaino

Emerging-Market Stocks Erase 2024 Losses After January Rout

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The reverse follows a slump that wiped out more than $1 trillion in market capitalization.

Global Debt Racing To 366% Of Output Risks Next Crisis, S&P Warns


Rising interest rates have made debt burdens heavier, the company's analysts warned.

Recession Angst Spurs Pivot to Emerging World's Growth Engines

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Investors have snapped up local bonds from Indonesia and Thailand, where benchmark rates had hovered around the record lows.

Morgan Stanley Says Russia's Set For Venezuela-Style Default


Russia's sovereign debt has handed investors average losses of 81% since the start of the year, the firm said.

Traders Dump Emerging Market Bonds As Fed, Ukraine Jitters Mount


The losses come as investors brace for Federal Reserve policy makers to signal a rate hike in March.