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COMMENT: Q4 OUTLOOK FOR CEEMEA MARKETS is now available. For a copy, email sales@informagm.com with your name, institution and email address. For the PDF version, web subscribers can access Q4_Outlook_for_CEEMEA_Markets.pdf

Highlights:

  • The start of Q4 follows three weeks of losses for CEEMEA markets, as investors ratcheted up their bets on a December rate hike from the Fed. However, capital flows to emerging market funds have not been reversed by these developments and there were also no signs of stress either in the CEEMEA new issue market, where supply continued apace in September.
  • We examine the risks ahead in Q4, and explore whether CEEMEA markets and new bond issuers will be affected by the turn in global monetary policy and rising yields.


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