Global Economics

Global Economics Update
22 December, 2010

What will 2011 hold for emerging markets?

We expect growth in emerging economies to stay strong in 2011 and, generally speaking, the major challenge facing policymakers will be to ensure that inflation remains contained and that capital inflows do not threaten financial stability. This will bring a range of increasingly creative policy responses. Nonetheless, Asia will rely more on currency appreciation and interest rate hikes than will be the case in Latin America or Eastern Europe....

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