A usually sedate part of the investment world is clearly in a bubble.
Articles written by Alex Rankine
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The benchmark Nifty index is now down 9% and has just had its worst July for 17 years.
While the Euro Stoxx index has rallied 15% this year on the prospect of interest-rate cuts, eurozone banks have been notably absent from the festivities.
China’s currency fell to an 11-year low against the US dollar, prompting US authorities to brand the country a currency manipulator.
After a decade of extraordinary monetary policies, central banks had started a long, slow march back to normality. They hadn’t got very far before turning back again.
Investors in emerging markets should focus on Southeast Asia – a region where nearly every nation’s GDP and productivity growth has beaten the developed world since 2000.
With gold rallying 10% so far this year, some investors are starting to pay attention to silver.
Donald Trump’s bullying campaign against Federal Reserve chairman Jerome Powell yielded the first interest-rate cut in a decade.