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Emerging markets, much like developed markets, have been influenced by macroeconomic and political developments since the start of the year.
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Emerging markets have endured a turbulent few months, with a sell-off in a string of economies stretching from Latin America to Asia sparking fears of global contagion.
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Emerging market weakness has been so pervasive that many are now extremely sensitive to any marginal positive change, says City Financial's Mark Harris.
The FTSE 100 has dropped 2.5% this afternoon as worse-than-expected US retail sales data darkened investors' moods further this afternoon.
The World Bank has cut its global growth forecast, warning the US alone cannot drive an economic recovery.
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Economies around the globe need to shore up their fiscal positions now following an improvement in growth rates, and before the next crisis hits home, the World Bank has warned.
The World Bank has cut its global growth forecast for 2013, blaming sluggish growth in developed economies for the ‘fragile' and ‘uncertain' global economic recovery.
The World Bank has cut its economic growth forecast for China this year from 8.5% to 8.2%, which would be its weakest level in more than a decade.
The World Bank has warned developing countries to prepare for the "real risk" of the deepening eurozone crisis tipping the world into a post-Lehmans style recession.
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