Emerging markets with short average debt maturity and weak debt affordability are the most exposed to a sharp rise in US interest rates, according to Moody's Investors Service.
Despite predicting rates to rise at a gradual pace, Moody's warned rates could still tighten faster than currently expected. In the US, Federal Reserve chairman Jerome Powell has already hiked rates...
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