Fund managers remain optimistic on the outlook for emerging markets despite the sharp rise in the US dollar, pointing to structural reforms in the region, continued strong global growth and greater local currency issuance.
In the week ending 4 May, emerging markets sold off following a rally in the dollar, with the Dollar index (which tracks the greenback against the euro, yen, sterling and six other currencies) hitting...
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