Emerging Market Macro Misery Back At Post-Crisis Highs

Based on inflation, unemployment, growth weakness, and cost of capital, Goldman notes that emerging market’s “macro-misery” indices have pushed back to post-financial-crisis highs.

 

It is hardly a surprise that macroeconomic hardship is surging since in the 15 years since the EM sovereign bonds have been liquid, levels remain extremely elevated, despite the mainstream-media’s relegation of the problem.

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As Bank of Mexico’s Agustin Carstens warns, “we cannot rule out the event that some advanced economies run into deeper trouble again… the world economy is still in a fragile situation.”

    



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