Tighter global monetary policy and the strength of the US dollar continue to punish a number of frontier markets with weak sovereign balance sheets. Meanwhile, worries about Turkey’s balance of payments position remain acute, and external risks are growing in Romania, Hungary, Chile and Colombia.
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