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Frontier currencies in the firing line

Currencies in some of the largest frontier markets, including Nigeria and Vietnam, have come under pressure recently as the external backdrop has deteriorated and domestic policy concerns have mounted. With FX reserves generally limited, this will put pressure on central banks to raise interest rates further.

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