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    Emerging Markets Debt Daily

    Natalia Gurushina, Economist, Emerging Markets Fixed Income

    China’s activity gauges stayed in expansion zone, but authorities offered more policy support in the form of the reserve ratio cut to improve the growth momentum. Argentina issued a government bond to tap the central bank reserves for foreign debt payments.

    Emerging Markets Debt Daily

    December 20, 2019

    Happy End

    by Natalia Gurushina, Economist, Emerging Markets Fixed Income

    China surprises the market with a conservative decision to keep its key policy rates unchanged. A sharp correction of Argentina’s current account deficit and the re-profiling of U.S. dollar-denominated local bills strengthens the external backdrop during the debt restructuring talks.

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    Emerging Markets Debt Daily

    December 19, 2019

    Tantrums and Chocolates

    by Natalia Gurushina, Economist, Emerging Markets Fixed Income

    Indonesia’s central bank holds, but monitors capital inflows, growth and external factors. The U.S. Senate Foreign Relations Committee voted to advance the Russia sanctions (DASKA) bill.

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    Emerging Markets Debt Daily

    December 18, 2019

    The Most Boring Day of the Year?

    by Natalia Gurushina, Economist, Emerging Markets Fixed Income

    Emerging markets (EM) central banks are getting more cautious about additional rate cuts. Argentina’s opposition raised objections to the emergency powers bill, but the market is looking through it.

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    Emerging Markets Debt Daily

    December 17, 2019

    Brazil Policy Rate – Taking a Pause

    by Natalia Gurushina, Economist, Emerging Markets Fixed Income

    Brazil’s declining economic slack and upside inflation risks ended the easing cycle. Argentina’s government presented its emergency proposals to the congress.

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